David Damore In The News

Profile: David Damore

Jornal de Negócios
November 4, 2018
Sheldon Adelson is supporting an initiative that wants residents in Nevada to choose their electricity supplier from 2023. Berkshire's NV Energy, which belongs to Warren Buffett, currently has a monopoly in this market. The dispute over this issue has already moved almost 100 million dollars.
November 2, 2018
There are just five days left until voters hit the polls next Tuesday for the mid-term elections. The silver state is set to play a big part in the balance of power on capitol hill.
October 31, 2018
CBS News' "Red & Blue" visited Las Vegas and UNLV to cover the 2018 election. The show aired live from UNLV's campus and featured interviews with UNLV faculty and students.
Rewire
October 31, 2018
Heller voting for the "skinny repeal" of Obamacare has given his Democratic opponent a chance to paint him as a Trump-aligned Republican who is now scrambling to moderate his health-care position.
The 74
October 30, 2018
After years of bottom-of-the-barrel education rankings, Nevada lawmakers adopted a number of reforms in 2015, including increased funding for low-income students and English language learners, universal education savings accounts, and the creation of a statewide district to take over failing schools.
October 30, 2018
In a battle of billionaires, Sheldon Adelson and Warren Buffett are squaring off over who controls the power that keeps the bright lights blazing in Las Vegas and across Nevada.
October 29, 2018
In a battle of billionaires, Sheldon Adelson and Warren Buffett are squaring off over who controls the power that keeps the bright lights blazing in Las Vegas and across Nevada.
Univision
October 29, 2018
The state of Nevada has an interesting story to tell about the effect of the Latino vote on intermediate and general elections. But the key is and has been that Hispanics go out to vote. The initial numbers of the first day of early voting in this state broke records in Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, auguring good news for Democrats who usually benefit when the number of voters increases, but will that advantage remain?