Under the American Families Plan announced in late April, an estimated $109 billion would fund universal community college.
Rory Appleton joined the Review-Journal in May 2019 as a politics reporter after five years with The Fresno Bee, where he most recently covered politics. Born and raised in Fresno, he graduated with a degree in print journalism from Fresno State University before joining his hometown paper, where his work earned six California News Publishers Association top awards in a two-year span.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed several bills in Las Vegas Friday that will expand voting access, abolish the state’s caucuses and move Nevada into a first-in-the-nation presidential preference primary election in 2024.
Former Trump campaign employee and Las Vegas resident Carolina Serrano announced Thursday she will seek the Republican nomination in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.
The Democratic Party of Washoe County’s executive board voted Tuesday to run the 2022 coordinated campaign supporting Nevada’s top Democrats.
Republican parties from the first four states to weigh in on the presidential nominating process, including Nevada, issued a joint statement Tuesday in favor of maintaining the current electoral order.
Nevada lawmakers did away with the cumbersome caucus system in the recently concluded legislative session, but will Nevada’s first-in-the-nation primary law actually bear fruit?
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto met with first responders and mental health professionals at Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
A new poll suggests residents of Nevada’s 4th Congressional District are leery of some tax increases and high government spending, though they approve of the job President Joe Biden is doing.
A District Court judge ruled Wednesday that several activists, including one avowed member of the far-right Proud Boys group, do not have a legal right to join the Clark County Republican Party’s central committee.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo will run for Nevada governor in 2022 as a Republican, his campaign confirmed to the Review-Journal on Monday.
The Clark County Republican Party’s central committee has canceled a scheduled May 25 meeting because of security concerns.