Dean Heller delivered a speech on the importance of senators voting on judicial nominees, ignoring how Republicans treated Merrick Garland.
There could be some awkward moments if Powell is selected and sits down with Republican Banking Committee members Toomey of Pennsylvania and Dean Heller of Nevada, both of whom voted against him in the past. The two were among 20 Republicans who opposed him in 2012 when he was confirmed to complete an unexpired Fed term. Show More Summary
New fundraising reports show Nevada Sen. Dean Heller has $4.2 million in his campaign fundraising account as the Republican prepares to fend off a primary challenge and Democrats hoping to … Click to Continue »
Senators Mitch Mcconnell, Dean Heller and Deb Fischer better watch out, because Steve Bannon has his eye on them. Read more...
Danny Tarkanian is about what you'd expect from a Steve Bannon favorite for Senate candidate, targeted to run against Republican Sen. Dean Heller for the sin of occasionally showing signs of humanity. He's a professional candidate who has won the wingnut primary in five previous races and lost to the Democrat in the general election. Show More Summary
In 2013, as Nevada Senator Dean Heller faced a critical vote on firearm safety issues, he selected a strange place to contemplate his feelings on the issue. … He returned to his hometown of Carson City and ate with his family at an IHOP...Show More Summary
Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) wanted credit for saving Medicaid from his party. Now he's co-sponsoring Graham-Cassidy, which guts Medicaid.
The Post reports on the latest health-care effort from Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.), Dean Heller (R-Nev.) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.): The latest proposal would give states control over billions in federal health-care spending, repeal the law’s key mandates and enact deep cuts to Medicaid, the federally funded insurance program for the […]
I confess that I’m feeling pretty good about sitting out the ‘Dean Heller might not actually be awful on taking away your health care’ market bubble from earlier this year. Now he’s a key driver of the latest push to repeal Obamacare. A pro-Obamacare group is already up with a digital ad campaign targeting Heller’s flip.
It’s the 11th hour for Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Dean Heller (R-NV), and Ron Johnson (R-WI), who have introduced the last known chance for an Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal in this budget year. The plan would...Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Earlier today, a group of Republicans including Lindsey Graham, Bill Cassidy, Dean Heller, Ron Johnson and former Senator Rick Santorum unveiled a new Obamacare replacement plan. It isn’t just a concept, but has been reduced to actual legislation. Show More Summary
Sen. Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All wasn't the only piece of healthcare-related legislation introduced Wednesday. While more than a dozen Democratic senators were putting forward an idea to expand health care to everyone, three Republicans...Show More Summary
Only eight Republican senators are up for re-election next year, and just two—Nevada Sen. Dean Heller and Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake—face immediate danger of losing their seats to Democratic opponents, thanks to the close results in last year’s presidential election in both states. Show More Summary
No Republican U.S. Senator from Nevada – and no elected Senator from either party – has ever been defeated in a primary election.
U.S Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (mih-NOO'-shin) and U.S. Sen. Dean Heller say a meeting with a group of Nevada business leaders in Las Vegas focused on ways to encourage growth … Click to Continue »
A new JMC Analytics poll in Nevada shows Danny Tarkanian (R) leading Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) in a Republican U.S. Senate primary, 39% to 31%, with 31% still undecided.
A lot more attention is being given to the Arizona Senate primary race, but Nevada's got one going, too. Dean Heller won the last primary big, but can he repeat? The post Nevada Senate Polling Kicks Off: Can They Primary Heller? appeared first on RedState.
Republican Nevada Sen. Dean Heller, the self-proclaimed savior of Medicaid, apparently doesn't understand the legislation that he's signed on to as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. Heller is touting the Cassidy-Graham planShow More Summary
Trump leaves Republicans little room for political maneuvering, and that could affect lawmakers such as Senator Dean Heller, who's in a tough race in Nevada.
There will be a lot of revisionist history among Republicans leading up to the 2018 election, but none will be as remarkable as the spin Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) is trying to make out of the mess he created for himself over the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary