@DavidColborne "He's rolling."
15 hours 53 min ago.
To paraphrase Dean Wormer, illiterate and inaccurate is no way to through life.
(Deleted previous because of my ba… t.co/5Aumn4HbDo
16 hours 5 min ago.
@powerfuldeer Ha. Yes.
16 hours 6 min ago.
Should have said what was SAID to Bluto, of course.
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Rarely do you see a "candidate" for governor write a tweet where nearly every word is false. Congrats to @VoteFiore… t.co/h7EIYfKGL5
16 hours 29 min ago.
My distilled take on @VoteFiore's "entrance" into the gov's race from my morning newsletter:
It's all a stunt, an… t.co/CYVGKRlFu7
17 hours 46 min ago.
Cegavske did not address whether she consulted outside counsel, but a spokesperson for her office said the secretar… t.co/Z8Oo3tzOjP
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NEWS: Nevada's secretary of state says she contradicted attorney general on whether two tax petitions can stay on t… t.co/l8toXWXxQn
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Always, always read @howardstutz on gaming, and subscribe to his newsletter! t.co/NkCcbrDjVD
19 hours 19 min ago.
One of the reasons the Republicans remain optimistic about Mitt Romney winning Nevada is that they claim they have banked high-propensity voters who will swamp the Democrats on Tuesday because the opposition is turning out its inveterates and will have little left for Election Day. This always seemed odd to me for this reason: Wouldn't a lot of high-propensity voters cast ballots early because they are, you know, high-propensity voters? Truth is the Republicans may be banking on theories that...
In a poll taken over the weekend, Public Policy Polling found President Obama (4 points) and Sen. Dean Heller (2 points) with small leads in Nevada. That doesn't sound too far off, but let's take a deeper look at the poll to see what might be gleaned. Remember, this is a robopoll with self-ID by party and gender, so caveat emptor. Some thoughts: ►The survey showed 51-47 for the president and 48-46 for Heller. The partisan breakdown -- 43-38, Democrats -- is sllightly less than the 7-point...
That's what site readers say. Largest number yet answered -- almost 1,000. Thanks for participating. A new poll is up! The question: What will the president's margin of victory be in Clark County? More than 10 points 39% (375 votes) More than 15 points 34% (323 votes) Single digits 26% (245 votes) Total votes: 941