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Nevada is shaping up to be a key battleground state that could determine the outcome of the Presidential race, as well as a key Senate seat.

Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick spoke with political analyst Precious Hall about where Nevada stands heading into this year’s election.

NG: Early voting have been released. Where do we stand on early voting? What have you seen so far?

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Vice President Joe Biden stumped for Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Catherine Cortez Masto on Saturday in Reno, reminding voters that what happens in Nevada is critical. Reno Public Radio's Michelle Billman reports.

Biden spoke to several hundred people crowded into the gym at Wooster High School. He began by reminding them that Nevada may very well be the state that decides our next president.

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump square off in the third presidential debate Wednesday night.

NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, is live annotating the debate. Portions of the debate with added analysis are highlighted, followed by context and fact check from NPR reporters and editors.

Follow highlights of the debate in NPR's updating news story at npr.org.

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump square off in the second presidential debate Sunday evening.
NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, is live annotating the debate. Portions of the debate with added analysis are highlighted, followed by context and fact check from NPR reporters and editors.

Follow highlights of the debate in NPR's updating news story at npr.org.

Interview: The Trump Train Stops In Reno

Oct 5, 2016
Robert Petersen

We're about a month away from Election Day and Reno just had a visit from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday. Our News Director Michelle Billman was there and she relayed the details to our host Steve Shadley. Let's take a listen. 

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A new poll shows Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton leading Republican Donald Trump by six points in Nevada.

Reno Public Radio's Noah Glick reports.

The Suffolk University poll looks at likely voters in this year’s election and shows Clinton ahead 44 to 38 percent. In the same poll conducted in August, Clinton led by two points.

The biggest change is among women voters in Nevada, a group that now favors the former Secretary of State by 15 points.

First year UNR student Evelyn Galvan.
Jennifer Gallagher

Senator Tim Kaine has been speaking both English and Spanish while campaigning as the Democratic vice-presidential candidate. When he recently stopped in Reno for a rally, attendees were surprised that he did not use those bilingual skills.

Kaine did discuss several issues important to the Latino community, including immigration and women’s healthcare, but attendees like Evelyn Galvan would have welcomed the use of Spanish as well. Galvan is a freshman at the University of Nevada, Reno, and a fluent Spanish speaker whose parents emigrated from Guadalajara, Mexico.

Noah Glick

Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Tim Kaine spoke to a few hundred people Thursday during a campaign stop at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Our reporter Noah Glick was there and has this story.

Gloria Steinem is in Reno to promote her new book, but she also stopped by the Latino Research Center at the University of Nevada, Reno Tuesday. Our News Director Michelle Billman reports.

Steinem spoke with about two dozen first-generation Latina students at UNR to campaign for Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton. She says this is the first election she's seen that could be swayed by their vote.

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In the battleground state of Nevada, Republican Donald Trump is now slightly leading Democrat Hillary Clinton in the race to the White House. That’s according to a new poll by Monmouth University.  Our reporter Anh Gray has the details.

Trump leads Clinton 44 to 42 percent and continues to be ahead with mostly white and male voters.

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