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In our second election issue of the campaign, the RN&R looks at selected state-level races.
By D. Brian Burghart, and Dennis Myers
This article was published on 10.30.08
An analysis of ballot questions RTC-2 and RTC-3.
By Michael Seibert
Jon Wellinghoff of Nevada would likely be considered for secretary of energy if Obama is elected.
By Dennis Myers
A lobby group is running television spots for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, who is not running for anything.
In the last week before election, Sen. Harry Reid is all over the news.
The Washington Post’s cartoonist Tom Toles finds a better use for the proposed Yucca Mountain storage site.
Marta Fisher knows how to dress you up for Halloween.
By Kat Kerlin
Vote early and vote often.
Vote for a real liberal in the Second District Congressional race.
I must be elite because I wipe my feet when I come in from the garden.
By D. Brian Burghart
It’s down to the finish line, can Obama’s arrogance bring him down?
By Amanda Williams
Eight years of mismanagement are not going to be fixed in one.
By Cory Farley
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
How to do Halloween.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Though one works in bronze and the other works in felt, Jen Graham and Sara McCoy explore similar themes.
By Brad Bynum
Silent Steeds of Reno traces the history of local bicycling.
By Clarissa Leon
Seeing Obama’s stump speech was not exactly a spiritual experience.
Another year, another hokey foray into torture porn.
By Bob Grimm
Going to the movies? Here’s your local guide to the highs and lows of Hollywood’s latest releases.
Royal Noble are inspired by travel and 1960s psychedelia.
By Amber Sallaberry
This “restaurante” in John Ascauga’s Nugget is OK, but not worth the money.
By Sharon Black
The National Environmental Scorecard shows who is all talk and who takes action when it comes to voting for the environment.
Tidal energy is renewable energy, but is it good for the ocean environment?
Some lawmakers have accused the Bush Administration of trying to cover up the decline in enforcement.
Wild Men of Wild Nevada features 12 naked men in 12 gorgeous parts of Nevada.
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