David Damore In The News

Profile: David Damore

February 5, 2020
The Nevada Democratic Party says it won’t be using the same app being blamed for delays in reporting the results of Monday night’s Democratic caucuses in Iowa.
February 4, 2020
With Iowa in the rearview mirror and New Hampshire next on the horizon, the presidential primary season is officially up and running. Meanwhile, voters in Nevada and South Carolina are gearing up for their time in the primary season spotlight.
January 19, 2020
Thirty-year-old construction worker Jesse Speights walked into the Reno DMV on Monday, not knowing if he was even registered to vote.
December 19, 2019
Nevada Rep. Susie Lee cast perhaps the riskiest vote yet of her budding political career Wednesday when she backed an effort to impeach the president, who narrowly won her district in 2016.
November 15, 2019
More than half its population is non-white, including a third of residents who are Latino. It has huge masses of rural space but is still the third most urbanized state in the nation. Its growing senior population raises concerns about retirement security, while speedy growth is putting a crunch on affordable housing. Immigration, labor unions, education and health care are all major issues here.
November 15, 2019
More than half its population is non-white, including a third of residents who are Latino. It has huge masses of rural space but is still the third most urbanized state in the nation. Its growing senior population raises concerns about retirement security, while speedy growth is putting a crunch on affordable housing. Immigration, labor unions, education and health care are all major issues here.
Fortune
October 25, 2019
President Donald Trump has frequently deployed opinions on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) as political chips. Dating back to his first presidential campaign and continuing throughout his first term, he has vacillated between “they have to go” and “we're going to show great heart … I love these kids."
MSN
October 8, 2019
It was a surreal moment. Dorsey, 61, spent 11 years in prison for several burglary and theft felonies. He was released in 2013 and placed on lifetime parole, which made him unable to vote in Nevada.