Voters' Guide 2014 Ballots for the Nov. 4 general and special election will be mailed out in October. Here, you'll find more information about the candidates and issues, including news articles about several of the races, our editorial board's endorsements and videos of editorial board interviews with many of the candidates.Candidate Questionnaires Select a race below to see how candidates answered questions about key issues.
Whether party money taints a politician's credibility as an independent thinker is a question that's long-plagued candidates. Both Stewart and Pridemore have downplayed the partisan nature of the race, saying they were not solely aligned with party politics.
OLYMPIA — The National Rifle Association has donated an additional $150,000 to its political action committee in Washington to fight a measure seeking universal background checks on gun sales and transfers.
Although it's a nonpartisan race devoid of any campaign-defining controversies, the two candidates for Clark Public Utilities commissioner aren't shy about zinging each other over who's a better fit for the job.
After agreeing in writing not to pursue $50,000 in attorney fees through a lien on a client's property, Josephine Townsend — candidate for Clark County prosecutor — did the opposite, public records show.