In The News: Department of Political Science

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
September 26, 2022

We are about a month and a half away from the midterm election. One of the groups with rising voting numbers are Latinos.

KNPR News
September 26, 2022

Early voting is less than a month away, and the balance of power in Congress could rest solely on Nevada.

Automotive World
September 21, 2022

With its origins dating back to the early 1900s, Mexico's automotive industry has since made impressive progress towards establishing itself as a globally competitive manufacturer. In 2021, the country's passenger car market recorded revenue of more than US$51.4bn, up by over a quarter of its 2020 revenue, according to Statista.

Las Vegas Sun
September 20, 2022

Post COVID-19, Southern Nevada’s attention must turn to balancing growth and economic diversification while mitigating the effects of climate change and a decreasing water supply.

Las Vegas Sun
September 20, 2022

Candidates vying for Nevada’s U.S. Senate seat this November voiced mixed reactions to legislation proposed this week that would effectively ban most abortions nationally, with one vowing to block the bill and another acknowledging it has little chance to become law.

Figaro Vox
September 19, 2022

The war in Ukraine has rattled global energy markets, fueled inflation and prompted the European Union to seek alternatives to Russian natural gas. The EU has found nothing better than to beg from Azerbaijan. However, she would have to look elsewhere, and quickly.

The Times of Israel
September 19, 2022

Azerbaijan has been accused of war crimes and human rights abuses – it displays great hostility to one of Israel's biggest allies.

Las Vegas Sun
September 18, 2022

For a particular campaign sign that has popped up across Las Vegas as the midterm elections draw near, the message couldn’t be more clear.

Nevada Independent
September 18, 2022

Nevada leads the nation as the state with the largest number of women in its Legislature, and that is unlikely to change by the end of this election cycle.

USA Today
September 16, 2022

What works for primary voters doesn’t work in the general election, analysts say. The more Trump is attacked, the more likely he is to win the GOP nomination in 2024 and then lose as he did in 2020.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
September 15, 2022

A new Emerson College poll shows Nevada's Senate and gubernatorial races are virtually tied, with Election Day less than two months away.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
September 15, 2022

A new Emerson College poll shows Nevada's Senate and gubernatorial races are virtually tied, with Election Day less than two months away.