Month: September 2020

Internal Long poll shows two-point race in WA-3

An internal poll from Carolyn Long’s campaign shows the Democrat trailing the incumbent representative by just two points in Washington’s Third Congressional District. According to the results of the poll, released […]

Little holds fundraising lead in county council race

Clark County Councilor Gary Medvigy enjoyed a hefty lead in the Aug. 4 primary election, but his challenger has outpaced him in fundraising. Matt Little, an independent candidate who is challenging […]

Endorsement roundup: Building group, Young Dems and Indivisible announce their picks

It's officially fall, which means 'tis the season for pumpkin spice lattes and campaign endorsements. Buckle in (and maybe grab a latte), because it’s T-minus 42 days until Election Day, […]

Herrera Beutler to try and force vote on paycheck aid

A legislative maneuver that could force one portion of a COVID-19 relief package to the House floor is being spearheaded by Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler. This week, the Republican congresswoman from […]

Clark County hopeful for “rainy day” funding

As smoke appears likely to leave the area soon, emergency funding could soon be on its way to Clark County.  Lindsey Shafar, the county’s policy analyst, told the Clark County Council […]

Republican politician hired as CCT reporter

John Ley, a GOP politician who sought multiple elected offices over the past six years, is now a full-time reporter. Clark County Today announced it had hired Ley in an article […]

Mielke pitches a write-in senate campaign in LD-18

A former GOP state representative and Clark County Councilor appears to be weighing a write-in campaign against an incumbent Republican state senator. During a remote meeting on Saturday, the Clark County […]

Why holidays now cause ‘dread’ for Melnick

In another 2020 oddity, Clark County's top public health official is increasingly apprehensive about holidays. Public Health Officer Dr. Alan Melnick provided an update Wednesday to the Clark County Council on […]

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