Northern Nevada lawmakers land key spots on interim committees

From – http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/government/northern-nevada-lawmakers-land-key-spots-on-interim-committees/ Western Nevada lawmakers landed key spots on several interim committees Monday including the Committee to Consult with the Director, Tahoe/Marlette study committee and the committees on juvenile justice and Seniors, Veterans and Adults with Special Needs. Sen. Ben Kieckhefer, R-Reno, whose district covers all of Carson City, will be especially busy in the […]

Extra water for growing season

From – http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/lahontan-valley/extra-water-for-growing-season/ What looked like a very bleak growing season in the early spring is showing some life because of unusual weather patterns that began producing rain in the Lahontan Valley in late April and continuing through last weekend. Midwest-type of weather blew through Churchill County on Thursday with heavy rain within a 45-minute period, […]

Filed candidates for Carson City and state offices

From – http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/government/filed-candidates-for-carson-city-and-state-offices/ Candidates filed for state and local office as of Friday, March 11. The filing period ends on Friday, March 18. Candidates are in alphabetical order, (I) means incumbent. U.S. SENATE: D’Nese Davis, Las Vegas, Republican Tony Gumina, Las Vegas, Independent Eddie Hamilton, Las Vegas, Republican Tom Jones, Las Vegas, Independent American Robert Leeds, […]

Students learn intricacies of the caucus

From – http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/lahontan-valley/students-learn-intricacies-of-the-caucus/ Government students from Churchill County High School learned more about Nevada’s caucus process on Wednesday as Republican and Democrat representatives explained the procedures for selecting a presidential nominee. “Ninety-nine percent of Americans don’t know what a caucus is,” said District 38 Assemblywoman Robin Titus, who spoke first. “Only two (political) parties are involved […]

Nevada drought: What’s being done?

From – http://www.nevadaappeal.com/news/nevada-drought-whats-being-done/ Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval stood in a dry, dusty lakebed and made a startling point — the place where he stood was covered by 3 feet of water only a few years ago. Nevada is reeling after four years of drought, and the Republican governor of the nation’s driest state made the case […]

Interview with Robin Titus

ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 38 – Churchill & part Lyon County Robin Titus (vs IAP & Libertarian candidates) Open seat vacated by Republican Tom Grady Email: dr.robin@voterobintitus.com Website: voterobintitus.com Please post a short personal resume: After Graduating from Smith Valley High School, I attended the University of Nevada, Reno on a scholarship for Chemical Engineering. I subsequently […]

Interview – Robin Titus, Republican Assembly District 38

Original article by Nancy Dallas on April 15, 2014 ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 38 – ROBIN TITUS These interviews are posted on Nevada News & Views (www.nevadanewsandviews.com) and/or NewsDesk by Nancy Dallas (www.ndbynd.com) . Reposting of any interview by interested parties must include the disclaimer the interview was originally posted in the above publications. Only those Republican races with a Primary contest […]

Endorsement Seal 2014

Robin receives the seal of approval from the Nevada GOP

From – http://www.nevadagop.org/nevada-gop-endorses-2014-primary-candidates/ The Nevada Republican Party has issued official candidate endorsements for the upcoming 2014 Republican Primary elections. At the biennial Nevada Republican Convention held this past Saturday, over 500 elected convention delegates gathered to handle party business matters, which included a vote to determine which candidates would earn the Party’s official endorsement in the upcoming […]