Voters in Nevada will decide on six statewide ballot questions in November, on topics ranging from energy to taxes. This week on Face the State, we heard from both sides of the debate over Nevada Ballot Question One: Marsy's Law.
Former President Barack Obama is endorsing Steve Sisolak for Nevada governor.
Republican Congressman Mark Amodei and democrat Clint Koble are squaring off to represent Nevada's Second Congressional District.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he won't make an endorsement in the gubernatorial race.
With less than two months until the general election, Adam Laxalt and Steve Sisolak continue to campaign around the state, visiting businesses, schools, and clinics in northern, southern and rural Nevada.
Senator Dean Heller and Congresswoman Jacky Rosen sat down to talk about a number of issues facing Nevadans, including health care and Yucca Mountain.
A poll by Suffolk University and the Reno Gazette-Journal shows that Nevada's two biggest races are in a dead heat.
Former President Obama is endorsing 81 candidates in the November midterms, including three Nevada candidates.
Supporters of the energy choice initiative believe an open and competitive market would be good for the state, but opponents disagree. A Guinn Center research report aims to find the best answer for Nevada voters.
It's been almost five weeks since the primary election, but there are still campaign signs up all around Washoe County. Although some residents may see them as an eyesore, the county says the signs are not necessarily required to be taken down, just yet.
Congresswoman Jacky Rosen and State Senator Aaron Ford got a first-hand look at the Reno Behavioral Health facility, Friday.
Senator Dean Heller sat down to talk about a number of issues in Washington, D.C., including the next Supreme Court Justice and illegal immigration.
Nevada Democrats are outpacing Republicans in voter registrations for a third consecutive month, according to the Nevada Secretary of State's office.
Campaign advertisements both for and against the energy choice ballot measure have hit the airwaves in Nevada.
Sen. Dean Heller and Rep. Jacky Rosen will battle it out for Nevada's U.S. Senate seat in November.
Results are in for the state primary - with a surprising turnout - but, perhaps, not very surprising results from the major races. Even President Trump congratulated one of the candidates on Twitter.
A political action committee, Healthy Nevada PAC, is supporting a number of candidates in state races. This PAC is funded by the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America Better Government Committee.
The two democratic frontrunners in the race to become Nevada's next governor are campaigning in northern Nevada on the final day of early voting.
The Lyon County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously on Thursday to let voters weigh in on the fate of legal brothels this November.
The new machines are big touch screens that look, and function, a lot like giant iPads. That means no more double-eraser pencils, but you'll still cast your ballot in much the same way, with just a few new features.
On Tuesday, Channel 2 will broadcast a forum between four of the Republicans running for Nevada governor. Channel 2 News and the Reno-Gazette Journal will host another candidate forum that same day.
Alongside the Reno Gazette Journal, a candidate forum was held tonight for the seven candidates running for Washoe County Sheriff. Below are links to their websites.
If passed by voters in November, the initiative would raise property tax by $0.0248 per $100 of assessed valuation, which is about $8.68 per year per $100,000 of assessed home value.
A political ad from Strong Public Schools Nevada is criticizing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak in an attack ad called, "Next." The group is not directly affiliated with his opponent, Chris Giunchigliani.
There is less than one month before the primary election. The Democratic race for governor between Chris Giunchigliani and Steve Sisolak has taken a darker turn. We are taking a look at some negative ads in the campaign.
The Reno/Sparks chapter of the NAACP hosted a candidate forum at UNR on Monday night. Six of the seven candidates for Washoe County Sheriff had the chance to talk about who they are and why they want the job.
In November of 2016, Nevada voters voted in favor of ballot question 3.
Jared Fisher is a political outsider who has never held office. That is why he says his candidacy for governor of Nevada is appealing to some voters.
‘Wake up, Nevada!’ It’s a phrase you’ve probably heard on Northern Nevada T.V. stations over the last week. It’s the latest ad from Senator Dean Heller in his bid for reelection to Senate.
Candidates are gearing up for the road to the primary election, buying advertising in a variety of ways. Some campaign ads started airing on TV as early as November. Darin Balaam and Sherman Boxx are both running for Sheriff of Washoe County.
We are at the halfway point between last year's bombshell election and next year's midterms, and Washoe County's political parties are making some changes. The new chairpersons for both major parties say they have taken the last year and done a little soul-searching.
With the Senate race just a year away, the progressive group NextGen came to the UNR campus today to try to find out what issues are important to young voters.
It may feel like Campaign 2016 is barely behind us, but Campaign 2018 has officially begun, and with it, the political TV ads. According to some experts, while campaigns starting this early is unusual, it's understandable given the high stakes in 2018.