In The News: Department of Political Science

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 4, 2023

New governor. New leadership. New members. New budget opportunities. And 120 days to get it all done. The 82nd session of the Nevada Legislature begins on Monday, and with it comes a host of new players and dynamics that will shape the state for years to come.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
February 2, 2023

With the Republican National Committee redoubling its efforts to pass anti-abortion laws at the state and federal level, could the future success of Republican candidates in the disputed state of Nevada be at risk?

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
February 2, 2023

With the Republican National Committee redoubling its efforts to pass anti-abortion laws at the state and federal level, could the future success of Republican candidates in the disputed state of Nevada be at risk?

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 2, 2023

With the Republican National Committee doubling down on passing anti-abortion legislation in states and at the federal level, could the future success of Republican candidates in the battleground state of Nevada be at risk?

Las Vegas Review Journal
February 2, 2023

With the Republican National Committee doubling down on passing anti-abortion legislation in states and at the federal level, could the future success of Republican candidates in the battleground state of Nevada be at risk?

Las Vegas Sun
February 1, 2023

Nevada U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen may be among the most vulnerable senators seeking reelection in what’s shaping up to be an uber-competitive national campaign cycle ahead of next year’s presidential election, according to political forecasts released this month.

Las Vegas Sun
January 29, 2023

If there’s a blueprint to compromise in the upcoming session of the Nevada Legislature, lawmakers simply need to look at Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval’s eight-year tenure leading Nevada from 2011 to 2019.

Vegas PBS
January 27, 2023

On Monday, Jan. 23, newly elected Republican Governor Joe Lombardo gave his first State of the State address. A panel of experts joined Nevada Week after the speech to give their opinions on what the new governor outlined for the state.

National Interest
January 17, 2023

While public support for self-defense has increased, low trust in the Taiwanese military and doubts about U.S. military assistance could overshadow this positive development.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
January 5, 2023

Text message exchanges between two of Nevada's Republican voters who signed fake election certificates declaring President Donald Trump the winner in 2020 reveal a roller coaster of emotions.

Las Vegas Review Journal
January 5, 2023

Text exchanges between two of Nevada’s Republican electors who signed fake electoral certificates declaring President Donald Trump the winner in 2020 reveal a roller coaster of emotions.

Newsday
December 30, 2022

Cippolini's in Manhasset. Il Mulino's in Atlantic City. Nusr-Et Steakhouse in Miami Beach. Bergdorf Goodman. The W South Beach. Treasure Island. Harrah's Resort. Soho Grand. 114 flights. Newsday reviewed the campaign filings of Rep.-elect George Santos, using data his campaign filed with the Federal Elections Commission.