• Nancy Dallas e-Interviews Ray Masayko

    Ray Masayko is a former two-term mayor and 25 year resident of Carson City who is now seeking the Republican nomination for the Capital state Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Mark Amodei (term-limited).

  • Reid the Survivor? Don’t count out Nevada’s powerful Democrat

    Harry Reid is no ordinary politician, and this is no ordinary race. In fact, in speaking with Nevada political observers one quickly discovers that Reid is still favored to win reelection.

  • Report: Second staff member working on Gibbons’ reelection

    Gov. Jim Gibbons’ chief of staff isn’t alone among senior state staff members working to get their boss reelected. The governor’s deputy chief of staff, Stacey Woodbury, is also maintaining and operating Gibbons’ campaign Web site, according to the Reno Gazette Journal. Continue reading…

  • Clark County Republicans to Meet to Fill Vacancies

    In a letter to Clark County Republican Central Committee Executive Board members on Wednesday, Chairman Richard Scotti announced a special meeting to fill vacancies on the party’s roster. “Thank you for your patience in waiting for this information about the upcoming Special Meeting of the CCRCC,” Scotti wrote. “As you may recall...

  • What Happened to Mark Amodei’s Website and Twitter Account?

    (Dullard Mush) – Granted, GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Mark Amodei’s online campaign hasn’t been the smoothest since he announced his intent to try and take on Nevada’s Harry Reid. He failed to register his own name as a domain and then saw his Wikipedia profile edited numerous times in a less than...

  • What’s behind the rise of the Independent American Party of Nevada?

    THE story of John Wagner’s rise to the top of the Independent American Party mirrors the growth of the party itself — surprising, sudden and fueled by anger at the major political parties. Continue reading…

  • Sen. John Ensign’s aides pay the price for his affair

    Sen. John Ensign’s affair has had a devastating effect on his political fortunes, but it’s also taking a huge toll on the coterie of Senate aides, K Street lobbyists and political operatives who hitched their star to a man once thought to be a future leader of the Republican Party. Continue reading…

  • Nevada Republicans revive Harry Reid’s ‘bomb’

    In 1981, shortly after future Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid left the Nevada Gaming Commission — where he had presumably made a few, ahem, connected enemies — authorities concluded that his Oldsmobile station wagon had been rigged to explode when he started the vehicle. Continue reading…

  • Gibbons’ deputy chief of staff manages his campaign Web site

    Gov. Jim Gibbons’ deputy chief of staff, a state employee, is also his campaign’s webmaster. Deputy Chief of Staff Stacy Woodbury said she is volunteering her time to design and maintain Gibbons’ re-election Web site. Continue reading…

  • Missing Nevada GOP state convention ballots discovered

    Delegate ballots missing from last year’s abruptly aborted state Republican convention have been discovered in a casino cashier cage and will be counted Friday by Republicans who still feel the party cheated them out of a place at the national convention. Continue reading…

  • Reid jabs generate backlash

    The wife of Sen. Harry Reid and others are striking back at unsubstantiated talk radio claims that seem to downplay or dismiss the story of a 1981 attempt to blow up the Reid family car. Continue reading…

  • Governor’s staff chief takes unusual step of fundraising

    The governor’s chief of staff, Robin Reedy, is hitting up his supporters for money to help finance his reelection bid. In a move that political observers say is unprecedented for recent governors, Reedy sent out an invitation last week inviting potential donors to a fundraiser Friday in Northern Nevada that she is...

  • Tark Launches New Online Web Headquarters

    (Nevada News Bureau Staff) – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian has launched a new online headquarters (www.tark2010.org) adding several new features which he says will help him defeat incumbent Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nevada) next year should he win the GOP nomination in next June’s primary. “In order to beat Harry Reid,...

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