Recent election results show no change

With no more ballots left to count, according to the Clark County Elections Office, here are the final totals from the Primary Election. Nothing changed from our most recent report, […]

A quick guide to campaign signs

So how long before those campaign signs all over Clark County have to come down? The answer’s not so simple. It depends on the municipality in which the sign is posted. […]

Conservative blog alleges Mary Benton misused campaign funds

Update: Mary Benton got back to me very late last night, and I updated this blog post at 1:18 p.m. to reflect that. Reality Clark County, a conservative-leaning blog focusing on […]

Fact-checking campaign fliers, take two

How do you fact-check campaign promises? In recent weeks, a rush of campaign mailers and fliers have made their way to Clark County residents, full of the kind of flowery language […]

Déjà vu all over again with Madore’s endorsements

Update: I checked Councilor David Madore's endorsement page shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday. All individuals mentioned below have been removed. I’m not entirely sure how Councilor David Madore is choosing to list […]

No “mini-reporting” for Councilor Jeanne Stewart

Clark County Councilor Jeanne Stewart is backing away from the restriction—though not the sentiment—of running a campaign on a shoestring budget. When Stewart announced her candidacy for Clark County chair, she […]

What’s in a like?

Councilor David Madore, once again, seems to have conflated his Facebook “likes” with his supporters and endorsers. He’s not the first person to do it. I’ve been hassled before for “liking” […]

All politics is (hyper) local

Every election year, a flood of fliers begins flowing into mailboxes. Candidates rely on direct-mail campaigns to reach the largest number of people with the least amount of work. And, […]

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