David Damore In The News

Las Vegas Review Journal
It didn’t take long for Nevada Democrats’ redistricting maneuvering to pay off. A year after the Democrat-controlled Legislature redrew the state’s political boundaries, Democrats defended all three of the competitive congressional districts in Southern Nevada while also expanding their majorities in both chambers, including regaining a supermajority in the state Assembly.
Las Vegas Sun
Dawn Block is a registered Republican. Her sister, Dana Serrata, is a Democrat. But when it came to picking a candidate this week in Nevada’s midterm election, the sisters selected some of the same candidates, saying they care more about voting for a person with values akin to their own regardless of party affiliation.
The GOP stands a good chance of winning the elections for governor in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. A victory in Oregon would be the party's first since the 1980s.
It’s on the ballot in Nevada, and it may be coming soon to a state near you.
Las Vegas Review Journal
After the Nov. 8 midterm elections, one candidate will lose their race, and another candidate will win.
The Nevada Independent
In the 2020 Democratic caucus, Nevadans chose Bernie Sanders over now-President Joe Biden. More than two years later, Sanders returned to the Silver State with a different message — boosting vulnerable Democratic incumbents, including Gov. Steve Sisolak and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto.
Inside Climate News
The incumbent Democrat champions renewable energy while her GOP challenger favors the “energy independence” he sees coming from oil and gas.
Las Vegas Review Journal
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade in June, the topic of abortion has been central to many Democrat’s campaigns, even in Nevada where the right to abortion is protected in state law.