Start your search here

Start your search here

Start your search here

What are you looking for?

Browse by category

more categories

FEATURED LISTINGS

Nevada Department of Veteran Services

For over 75 years we have been dedicated to helping an estimated 250,000 Nevada veterans get the services, benefits, and quality of life they deserve.

Kate Marshall, Lieutenant Governor | State of Nevada

Kate Marshall was sworn in as Nevada’s 35th Lieutenant Governor on January 7, 2019.

Jason Frierson, Speaker | State of Nevada, Assembly

This session we also took steps to create more opportunities for families to succeed by increasing the minimum wage, strengthening labor laws, combating gun violence, providing teachers a raise, and reforming our criminal justice system.

Catherine Cortez Masto, US Senator | State of Nevada

I’m proud to unveil a comprehensive Disaster Resource Guide for Nevadans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the link below for info on medical care, mental health services, financial and housing assistance, aid for seniors, and others.

Carolyn Goodman, Mayor | City of Las Vegas, Nevada

Mayor and City Council positions are elected by registered voters in the city of Las Vegas. These positions are four-year terms and those elected to these posts are limited to a total of three terms on the City Council.

Patricia Spearman | State of Nevada, Senate

From being one of the first African American girls to integrate her school system, to being the first openly LGBTQ+ member of the Nevada State Senate, she understands that HER-STORY is made by taking a step forward regardless of all the battles.

December 1, 2021
Our Forgotten Rural Region

"How many times have Nevadans in the rural region heard career politicians promise them during their infrequent ‘tours’ ...

Our Forgotten Rural Region
May 19, 2021
Welcome to Vote Nevada: Things have changed

"At Vote Nevada we are focusing on behavioral and mental health, workforce development, inclusive workforce development,...

Welcome to Vote Nevada: Things have changed