All posts tagged "John Hambrick"

  • Politics
    Why I tried to recall John Hambrick

    (AJ Maimbourg) -As we enter the final turn in the race to raise taxes in the 2015 legislative session, I predict we’re about to see exactly why I launched an effort to recall Assembly Speaker John Hambrick last February. Yes, that effort was unsuccessful in actually recalling Mr. Hambrick before he could...

  • Government
    Nevada Bill Would Create Presidential Primary Schedule for January

    (Josh Putnam) – To close the work week, the Nevada state legislature went out with a bit of a bang (…at least in the presidential primary universe). On Friday, March 13, Assemblymen John Hambrick (R-2nd, Clark) and Stephen Silberkraus (R-29th, Clark) introduced AB 302. The legislation, seemingly a replica of the state Senate...

  • Opinion
    Roberson Vows No More Bad Legislation

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – Where would you find Senators Cegavske, Hardy, and Roberson and Assemblymen Hambrick and...

  • Politics
    Nevada Republicans Urge CCRCC To Turn Nevada Red

    (Lori Piotrowski) – Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki addressed the crowd at the Silverton Veil Room last evening, September 20, urging Clark County Republican Central Committee members and guests to participate in the precinct meetings scheduled for February 18th.. He reminded them that Nevada is third in the nation and first ...

  • Politics
    Romney’s Plan Strikes A Chord With Las Vegans

    NN&V Exclusive (Lori Piotrowski) – Business owners, attorneys, conservatives turned out to hear what Governor Mitt Romney had to say about America, jobs, and the economy Tuesday afternoon. They crowded into a garage/warehouse at McCandless International Trucking in North Las Vegas eager to hear what the presidential candidate would implement to turn...

  • Government
    The 2011 Legislative Session From The Rearview Mirror

    (Assemblyman John Hambrick) – Now that some time has passed since “sine die,” the closing of the 2011 Legislative session I thought I might write down some of my impressions. Keep in mind – my thoughts are those of a conservative Republican and are worth what you paid for them. At the...

  • Government
    Stimulus Projects Plants Trees, Not Jobs

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – If a $490,000 grant to plant trees in Clark County public places as part of a federal job-creating stimulus project should be measured by the “greening” of Southern Nevada, then the effort might be considered a modest success. Thirteen different government and nonprofit entities applied for 1,814...

  • Politics
    Laughlin Launches Nevada’s 21st Republican Women’s Club

    (Lori Piotrowski) – Thursday, July 8, was a history making day in Laughlin. Sue Lowden, former NRP chair and candidate for Senate, who is now living in Laughlin, kicked off a meeting to explore founding a Republican Women’s Club. More than 60 attendees crowded Granny’s restaurant in the Pioneer to learn more...