12:30 AM, Feb 1, 2012 • By WILLIAM KRISTOL
I wonder if three features of the race as it stands today aren't being a bit neglected:
12:31 PM, Oct 24, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
A new poll from Magellan Strategies, a Republican-affiliated firm, shows Mitt Romney with a large lead in Nevada. According to the survey of 673 likely Republican caucus goers in Nevada, Romney leads with 38 percent, Herman Cain comes in second with 26 percent, and Newt Gingrich is in third with 16 percent. The remaining candidates all received less than 10 percent.
9:36 AM, Oct 24, 2011 • By DANIEL HALPER
Mitt Romney welcomes President Obama to Nevada with this ad, highlighting the poor economy in the Silver State:
9:00 PM, Oct 17, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Matt Strawn, the chairman of the Iowa Republican party, announced the 2012 Iowa caucuses will be held on January 3, moving up from the planned February 6 date. From the press release:
11:21 AM, Sep 14, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
In yesterday's special election for Congress in Nevada, Republican Mark Amodei trounced Democrat Kate Marshall in the Second Congressional District. Amodei received 58 percent of the vote, while Marshall received only 36 percent. The Las Vegas Sun has more:
Republican Mark Amodei chalked up a crushing victory in Tuesday’s special election for U.S. Sen. Dean Heller’s old House seat, routing Democrat Kate Marshall by 22 percentage points.
8:33 AM, May 19, 2011 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
President Obama’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), headed by Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, has now granted Obamacare waivers to the entire states of Nevada and New Hampshire.
Candidates matter.1:40 AM, Nov 3, 2010 • By JOHN MCCORMACK
The polls were wrong: The networks and the AP have called the Nevada Senate race for Majority Leader Harry Reid. With 41% of precincts reporting, Reid is leading Angle, 50% to 45%.
9:48 AM, Oct 19, 2010 • By DANIEL HALPER
Bill Kristol, Charles Krauthammer and Juan Williams talk about the Kentucky, Illinois, Colorado and Nevada Senate races on Fox News's Special Report:
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Rory Reid thinks Obamacare could hurt Nevada.1:57 PM, Oct 8, 2010 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
When Missouri voters passed an anti-Obamacare referendum two months ago by a tally of 71 to 29 percent, Sen. Harry Reid responded, “It’s very obvious that people have a lack of understanding of our health care reform bill." He added, “The more people learn about this bill, the more they like it.”
3:15 PM, Aug 11, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
Maybe if Rory Reid weren't having to distance himself from his father to the point of forgoing his last name, Harry Reid would be more familiar with the idea of a Nevadan, Hispanic Republican. In his quest for the Nevada governorship, Rory Reid is getting trounced in polls at the moment by Brian Sandoval, a former federal judge, Attorney General, and...Hispanic Republican.
Last words of an Everywoman.10:45 AM, Jul 14, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
Sadly, it is too late for any of us to meet Charlotte McCourt. The Nevada grandmother passed away this week at the age of 84 after a long illness. But it is not too late for Charlotte to tell everyone exactly how she feels.
An excerpt from her obituary, placed in the Las Vegas Review Journal Tuesday, reads:
8:40 AM, Jun 25, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
Rory: Well, this is awkward.
Harry: What, that I named you after a Gilmore Girl?
Rory: No, that that's the least offensive part of my name, now. No small feat, Dad.
Harry: It's like my ol' coach used to say, "If you're gonna hit the mat, hit it hard." Or was it, "take a lickin' and..."
Rory: Again with this?