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Euthanasia in Nevada: Life Coming Up Snake Eyes

     The Nevada Legislature is considering SB261, that lets doctors proscribe death as an acceptable medical treatment: “Senate Bill 261, introduced by Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, allows a patient over 18 years old to request life-ending drugs if their conditions … Continue reading

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Nevada State of the State 2015: Tax & Spend Republicans

     Fresh off of a historic election which saw Republicans in Nevada win both houses of the legislature and the Governorship for the first time since the 1920’s, and the first time to win all the partisan statewide offices in addition … Continue reading

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Election 2014 – Winners and Losers

     Now that the election is (mostly) over, let’s take a gander on who the big winners and loser were. Tweet

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Election Aftermath – Pudding Time!

     The Republican wave became a tsunami. In Nevada, it became a flood of Biblical Proportion! There is but one thing to say about this: It’s pudding time!      How bad was it?      This bad: Interesting stat: first time a president’s home … Continue reading

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Election Returns – 2014

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Election Projections for 2014

     It’s prediction time!  My predictions for the 2014 elections are below, but first a few words on my accuracy in 2012.      In Nevada, I accurately called the races for state Senate, predicted a Heller win for the U.S. Senate, and … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Voting Ends for 2014

     Early voting is now over in Nevada. The Republicans’ increased their statewide early voter lead every single day of early voting, and lead in every county. What this means will be discussed below, but first, the cold hard numbers. The … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Vote Update 2014 (Day 13 of 14)

     With one day left of early voting, Republicans have increased their lead every day of early voting so far, and currently stand at 18,542 out of 230,904 early votes, 3775 out of 34,154 returned absentee ballots, for a total of … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Vote Update 2014 (Day 12 of 14)

     With only two day left of early voting, the Republicans continue to build an unprecedented early voter lead: Statewide, Republicans yet again increased their lead to 17,575 our of 205,153 early voters, 3538 out of 32,172 absentee ballots returned, for … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Vote Update 2014 (Day 11 of 14)

     After over 3/4 of early voting completed, The Republican wave continues to grow into a tsunami: Statewide, Republicans increased their voter lead to 16,451 out of 181,673 early voters, 3242 out of 28,668 absentee ballots returned, for a total of … Continue reading

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