Jon Ralston

editor of the Nevada Independent

Guest

Nevada-based writer of RalstonReports.comhost of “Ralston Live,” and columnist for the Reno Gazette Journal; former contributing editor at Politico and former writer at the Las Vegas Sun; host of the TV show, Face to Face with Jon Ralston

Jon Ralston on KCRW

Fresh off his New Hampshire primary win, can Bernie Sanders do the same in Nevada, the next state to vote?

Can Bernie Sanders take his winning streak to Nevada?

Fresh off his New Hampshire primary win, can Bernie Sanders do the same in Nevada, the next state to vote?

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President Trump, Joe Biden, and Barack Obama were all recently in Nevada, rallying for Democratic Senate candidate Jacky Rosen.

Is the Nevada Senate race a bellwether for America?

President Trump, Joe Biden, and Barack Obama were all recently in Nevada, rallying for Democratic Senate candidate Jacky Rosen.

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The next Democratic presidential vote will take place    eight days from now    in Nevada.

Looking Ahead to Nevada

The next Democratic presidential vote will take place  eight days from now  in Nevada.

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