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by Bonnie Bulla. Esq. on October 4, 2020
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by Bonnie Bulla. Esq. on October 4, 2020
Judge Bonnie Bulla was appointed to the Nevada Court of Appeals in early 2019, becoming only the fourth person to serve on the Court since its creation in 2014.... Read full article
by Carli Kierny, Esq. on October 4, 2020
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by Carli Kierny, Esq. on October 4, 2020
Carli Kierny, Esq. is the best choice for District Court 2 because she has the judicial temperament, courtroom experience, and a balanced perspective that would allow her to be fair to all Nevadans.... Read full article
by Mary Kay Holthus, Esq. on October 4, 2020
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by Mary Kay Holthus, Esq. on October 4, 2020
I (Mary Kay Holthus, Esq.) was elected to the Eighth Judicial District Court in Department 18 in 2018. I am running to retain my seat as a trial judge. I have been an attorney in Clark County for over 30 years.... Read full article
by Belinda T. Harris, Esq. on October 4, 2020
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by Belinda T. Harris, Esq. on October 4, 2020
Belinda T. Harris is BOLD, TOUGH, AND HONEST (#BTH) and dedicated to the people of North Las Vegas. She is proud of being homegrown and she is devoted to maintaining integrity and fairness in North Las Vegas Justice Courts. ... Read full article
by U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto on October 4, 2020
Make sure to visit www.census.nv.gov for more information and to fill out your census form online.  Remember, you can also fill out your census in the mail or over the phone by calling (844) 330-2020.... Read full article
by Dedree "Dee" Butler, Esq. on October 4, 2020
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by Dedree "Dee" Butler, Esq. on October 4, 2020
Dee Butler will be honored to serve as a family court judge to give back to the community that has given so much to her. She understands the importance of having a judge who listens and respects the people before her. ... Read full article
by Joseph C. Abraham on September 4, 2020
Mobilizing the Black Vote in 2020
by Joseph C. Abraham on September 4, 2020
“My first task was to assess the political landscape with a racial equity lens,” she remembers being tasked by Nevada Alliance, a donor table that helps to fundraise for Democratic organizations and programs." -Yindra Dixon... Read full article
by U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto on September 4, 2020
Lewis’s grace had the power to change the hearts and minds of millions of Americans. In every facet of his career, we saw faith in the power of nonviolence, hope in the face of hate, and determination that by causing ‘good trouble..."... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on August 16, 2020
How Covid impacts Black-owned Businesses
by Shaundell Newsome on August 16, 2020
Shaundell Newsome states "We’ve been just as hard hit this time around. The pandemic has highlighted the disparities in access to capital through slow and often dysfunctional relief efforts to small, minority-owned firms."... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on July 3, 2020
I Care Because I’ve Been There: Dedree “Dee” Butler, Esq.
by Naiomi Pitre on July 3, 2020
As an attorney (Dedree Butler, Esq.) practicing in the Clark County Public Defender’s Office for the past decade, she is now running for Family Court Judge in Department J in the upcoming November elections.... Read full article
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