Senate Republican caucus statement on Halseth resignation

NEVADA SENATE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS STATEMENT The Senate Republican Caucus today released the following statement: We appreciate Senator Halseth’s service and commitment to the State and we understand and respect her decision to focus on providing for her young children. We wish Elizabeth the best of luck in her future endeavors and respectfully ask that as […]

Senate Republican Caucus endorses Scott Hammond

NV SENATE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS NEWS RELEASE LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Senate Republican Caucus today endorsed State Assemblyman Scott Hammond ofLas Vegas for the newly formed State Senate District 18. “Scott has proven himself to be a strong leader in the Assembly,” said Nevada Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness of Fallon. “His leadership and conservative […]

Roberson to head Nevada Senate campaign effort

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE FALLON–Nevada Senate Minority Leader Mike McGinness today appointed Senator Michael Roberson (Clark County, 5) to chairman of the Campaign Committee of the Nevada Republican Senate Caucus. Roberson will lead fundraising and recruiting efforts for Republican Senate candidates and will help organize the GOP ground game for the upcoming 2012 election cycle. First […]

Opinion: Democrats pass partisan redistricting plan

SUBMITTED RELEASE FROM NEVADA REPUBLICAN SENATE CAUCUS AND REPUBLICAN ASSEMBLY CAUCUS Democrats in the Nevada Legislature yesterday approved a partisan plan to redraw the state’s Congressional and state legislative districts. Despite the fact that Nevadans have chosen two Republicans and one Democrat to represent them in Congress, the Democrat Congressional plan creates three districts likely […]

Opinion: Democrats defy law, divide Hispanics for political gain

SUBMITTED RELEASE FROM NEVADA REPUBLICAN SENATE CAUCUS With clear disregard for the law, Democrats in the Nevada Legislature on Saturday passed out of committee a redistricting plan that would deny Nevada’s Hispanic community the chance to elect its own candidate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Instead of giving Hispanics a district in which they […]