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Ethics panel ‘never received’ complaint against Reid

A conservative watchdog group wondering whatever happened to a U.S. Senate ethics complaint it said it filed almost a year ago against Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., has urged quick action on the matter.
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Where Bill Clinton will appear in Vegas next week

Looking to energize Nevada Democrats, former President Bill Clinton will lead a “vote early, vote now” rally in Las Vegas on Tuesday, one week before the Nov. 4 election in which Republicans are turning out in greater numbers than Democrats so far during early voting.

GOP group ups ad buy in Nevada AG’s race

The Republican Attorneys General Association has pumped another $500,000 into its TV ad buy in Nevada — for a total of nearly $2.5 million — to help Adam Laxalt defeat Democrat Ross Miller in the attorney general’s race.

Apex is North Las Vegas’ only hope, mayor says

North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee said Thursday that developing Apex, a 20,000-acre industrial park, is the only way to save the city.

Flores on a 24-hour non-stop hunt for votes

Lucy Flores has run 26.2-mile marathons five times.

Review of Clark County child welfare system draws state, federal backing

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Congresswoman Dina Titus pledge federal support in the push to reform Clark County’s child welfare system, now under scrutiny after a child’s killing in foster care.

SEBELIUS: We need new attitude, not new laws, on lawmaker residency

Is it really that super-hard for would-be members of the state Legislature to live in the districts they want to represent?

EDITORIAL: Former elected officials hoping to trick voters

Name recognition paves the way to elected office. Voters’ short memories sometimes come into play, too. Robert Eliason is hoping the former works in his favor in his campaign for North Las Vegas constable, and Lisa Brown is counting on the latter in her run for Family Court, Department T. Neither of them should get your vote.

LETTER: Question 1 deserves a thumbs-down

Finally, someone spelled out the truth as to why you should vote no on Question 1 on the November ballot (“Plan for establishment-backed court a blank check that could take any shape,” Oct. 5 Review-Journal).

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