Nevada Poll: Nevadans support measure to expand firearm background checks
Support has narrowed to a slim majority among likely Nevada voters for a ballot measure to expand background checks for private-party firearm sales and transfers, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Nevada Poll: Likely voters still overwhelmingly favor energy competition question
A strong majority of likely Nevada voters continue to support a measure on the Nov. 8 ballot that would amend the state constitution to open up the electric energy market to competition.
Nevada Poll: Likely voters favor Clark County fuel tax boost by almost 3-1 margin
Nearly two-thirds of likely voters in Clark County support a ballot measure that would require motorists to pay more at the pump over the next decade to generate $3 billion for new transportation projects, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
VP nominee Mike Pence calls on Reno voters to ‘come home’ to GOP
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence made a return trip to Reno on Wednesday, urging the party faithful to go vote and tell their friends and neighbors to “come home” to the GOP and elect Donald Trump.
EDITORIAL: A cautionary tale from the Empire State
All those tech billionaires and gig-economy millennials rushing to support the Democratic Party might want to consider what happened last week in New York. While today’s young adults make their consumer preferences clear by patronizing pioneering oufits such as Uber or Airbnb, progressive politicians do their best to harass — or even shut down — such companies.
SEBELIUS: Bitter dilemma for voters behind Question 5
Remember just a few months ago, when it seemed every road in every direction was under construction at the exact same time, when a daily commute was a punishing slog that took twice as long as it should? The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada would rather you forget all about that, and envision a peaceful, stress-free commute on nice, smooth, well-paved roads, without an orange cone in sight.
LETTERS: Governor urges 'no' vote on legal pot
Sandoval: I oppose Question 2, the measure on the ballot to approve recreational use and possession of certain amounts of marijuana.