Host: Sam Shad Guests: Election Roundup
Mary Lau, President, CEO, Retail Association of Nevada
Mackenzie Warren Kay, Attorney and Vice President, Government Affairs, McDonald Carano
Jesse Wadhams, Partner, Black and Wadhams, Attorneys at Law
"What is clear to me is that these younger generations, younger than me, are really involved in sports. It's a sports world. I don't think there is any end to it. I think they can put as many stadiums as they want in this town and just keep on coming with it all." Don Ahern, owner of the Ahern Hotel and Ahern Equipment Rentals
"All of our kids were behind to begin with, children in every grade level. And now they are another year-and-a-half behind from they were before, which is why we are ranked now as far down as 50th."
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, on why she opposed the shuttering of Nevada schools during covid pandemic
"I lost my father to gun violence when I was 19. I was a college student at the University of Nevada, Reno. And I got the call that so many families, constituents that I hear from, you know, don't want to hear. And that was the call that my father was shot." Rep. Steven Horsford, D-North Las Vegas
"The relationship between the U.S. and China has gotten very unstable and that is one of the reasons why the President didn't necessarily want Nancy Pelosi going to Taiwan. It might send the wrong kind of message. But you can't back away from your friends."
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas
"I think we have to take them at their word: Watch what they (Republicans) said in the past, not what they are trying to say now. They know it is unpopular, particularly unpopular in Nevada. And they all will vote with Sen. Graham on this." Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nv.
"The first time Burning Man took place in Nevada was 1991 and it was a small group of people who were looking to disrupt the system. When Burning Man first arrived in Washoe County and Pershing County, that was a real collision of values." Marnee Benson, Burning Man director of government affairs
"If cities are not looking at ways that you can bring in new demographics, then they are really going to lose out. The cities that will have the competitive advantage are those who are looking at the technology, innovation and esports." Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve