Articles in Politics

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by Tegan Christine Machnich, Esq. on May 1, 2020
As a Chief Deputy Public Defender and experienced trial attorney, I am the best choice for judge in District Court, Department 15 - I am asking for your vote.... Read full article
by Esther Rodriguez, Esq. on May 1, 2020
Q&A for Esther Rodriguez, Esq.
by Esther Rodriguez, Esq. on May 1, 2020
"Diversity in the judiciary is important in that it restores public confidence in our judicial system. Nevadans need to have confidence in the Courts that are meant to serve them." Esther Rodriguez candidate for Nevada Supreme Court | Seat B.... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on May 1, 2020
Anand Nair is Seeking to Represent District A
by Naiomi Pitre on May 1, 2020
As a proud United States Marine Corps veteran, Anand Nair learned many valuable life lessons, including the Latin term, “ductus exemplo”, meaning lead by example. ... Read full article
by U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford on March 7, 2020
U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford "This year, I am working to ensure that every community is properly counted to receive the funding and representation they are owed as the Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus 2020 Census Taskforce."... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on March 7, 2020
Count on Me! US Census Impacts Lives for a Decade
by Shaundell Newsome on March 7, 2020
According to Shaundell Newsome "The Census is a Constitutionally mandated count of every person who lives in the United States and its territories that happens every 10 years."... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on March 7, 2020
INTEGRITY | LEADERSHIP | GRIT: Ricky Gourrier, Sr.
by Naiomi Pitre on March 7, 2020
Ricky Gourrier took advantage of the chance to work as a paid intern in the Communications Department for Senator Harry Reid, who was the Senate Minority Leader at the time. ... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on February 21, 2020
Joe Biden Will Fight for Our Small Businesses
by Shaundell Newsome on February 21, 2020
With so much at stake in the 2020 election, I’m focused especially on who can restore the promise of economic mobility for everyone. Joe Biden is the right choice for Nevada and the United States of America. A piece by Shaundell Newsome.... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
Adriana Rincon-White, Esq. - Candidate for District Court, Family Division - Dept. W
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
In her campaign efforts, Adriana Rincon White is eagerly educating the public on why this election is of such great importance.  With the impact that a judge has on the community that they serve, voting should be taken seriously by all constituents. ... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
Dedree Butler, Esq. - Candidate for District Court, Family Division - Dept. J
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
That woman was Dedree “Dee” Butler, years ago.  It didn’t matter that she had attended school at Howard University and then the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV to achieve her law degree.... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
Carli Kierny, Esq. - Candidate for District Court, Department #2
by Naiomi Pitre on February 3, 2020
Carli Kierny, Esq. has been working in the Clark County Public Defender’s Office for nearly ten years, after working in the same position in Illinois.  She is eager to see the impact of the new criminal justice reform bills that were recently passed.... Read full article
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