Rocked by heavy immigration and demographic change, Nevada must retool its government to cope with the new reality. It’s a sign of things to come in the rest of the country.
Texas forces many elected officials to live in the state's capital city. Voters will decide in November whether to repeal that rule.
Giving up on the gridlock at the federal and state levels, progressives are turning their attention to local ballots to get their ideas passed. But policies that sell well in cities won't always work statewide.
Most incumbents are safe bets for re-election, but races remain unpredictable in several big cities.
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