LOS VEGAS, Nevada - A legislative committee on Thursday took the first step in setting up Nevada to host the first-in-the-nation presidential primaries by approving a bill that would push the Silver State to the front of the political line.
This year’s general election ballot presents the voter with a dilemma. We have wrestled with this year’s choices, as we imagine many voters have. Up and down the ticket we are faced with choices in political ideologies, personalities, backgrounds and governing styles.
A key to the Granite State’s continued success may be found in its state Senate, where enough conservative Republicans have held on even in their current minority status.