"It concerns me that he has backtracked. For any representative, I think, it is important to say what you mean and mean what you say." Clint Koble, Democratic candidate for Nevada's 2nd U.S. House seat, speaking about Rep. Mark Amodei
"...What I would like to see, actually, is those incentives going to small businesses. Because those are the largest job creators in the country and I think those are the things that we should really be focusing on."
Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve
"I tell my people at Incline (Village) that if you're unhappy with what I'm doing, I hope you like your next commissioner because the truth is, I could lose easily. I know that." Washoe County Commissioner Marsha Berkbigler
"The key here is the (Nevada) Constitution. They (Democrats) should have brought it in as a two-thirds bill, had discussions and negotiations and show us a legitimate need for the money. They didn't do that. They chose to thwart the will of the people, to say the Constitution was written in pencil."
Nevada Senate Minority Leader James Settelmeyer, R-Minden
"When I was in Congress, I always supported moving the embassy, the United States embassy to Jerusalem. It seemed to me that Israel was being singled out and being treated differently. Every county on the planet has their embassy in the host nation's capital, with some exceptions and those are exceptions that the host country has determined." Former U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Las Vegas
"It was the first time in many years when they (Democrats) have had all three houses. And when you put that all together, it was like parents going away for the weekend and the teenagers having a big party." Michele Fiore, Las Vegas city councilwoman, speaking about the recently concluded Nevada Legislature
The voters are there (in support) if they know the money is going to go to a specific thing. If it just money going to the bureaucrats, they say 'no way.' But if is a tax that goes to roads or schools, then I think they'll support it."
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom