Assemblyman Edwards speaks against recreational marijuana

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Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt held a press conference in Carson City, NV on Thursday, Aug. 25 during which he and several law enforcement officers spoke against approval of Question 2 on the November ballot that would legalize recreational … [Read more...]

Wursten, Rapson win council seats, two others advance

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Incumbent Edwards wins a landslide for Assembly District 19 race Of the three Mesquite city council seats up for election this year, two have been decided in the primary race held Tuesday, June 14. Brian Wursten came in first with 1,243 … [Read more...]

Last Chance For Voter Registration Tomorrow in Las Vegas

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Anyone who has not yet registered to vote for the Primary Elections on June 14 may do so in person until 9 p.m. at Clark County Election Center Office 965 Trade Drive, Suite A North Las Vegas, NV 89030-7802 Mesquite City Hall cannot take … [Read more...]

NDOT sends reminder for Roadway Political Signs

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LAS VEGAS, NEV. -- The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) reminds political candidates and supporters that no political signs are allowed on state road right of way. Federal and state highway beautification acts do not allow the placement … [Read more...]

MLN hosting Candidate Forum

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The Mesquite Local News is hosting a candidate forum on May 9 at the Eureka Town Square with the public invited. Candidates for Assembly District 19 and Mesquite City Council will be part of a panelist forum. Candidates will be available for a … [Read more...]

Cook withdraws from Mayoral race

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  Just ten days after the candidate filing period closed that saw three people file for the Mesquite mayoral seat, one officially dropped out of the race on Monday, March 28. Ken Cook submitted his withdrawal to the Mesquite City Clerk … [Read more...]

13 Candidates file for CD-4 Seat

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After a surprise win two years ago for a chance to represent Congressional District 4, Cresent Hardy (R) has a lot of competition in the upcoming election to keep the seat. Hardy, a born-and-raised Mesquite resident, beat out Democratic incumbent … [Read more...]

Candidates file for offices

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The reports are in and there will be several key candidates that Mesquite, Bunkerville and the surrounding areas will want to watch as the political year kicks off. For Mesquite, there may be a changing of the guard at City Hall. Running … [Read more...]