This week marks the fifteenth anniversary of the death of Jerry Garcia or the Grateful Dead, brining a one of a kind ongoing cultural event to an end. It was like the death of Woodstock.
Apparently Nevadans have little tolerance for immigrants who come here without renewing their visa's. The RJ sponsored poll shows that 57% or almost six out of ten oppose any immigration reform that would allow all of those living here without legal status to be give the opportunity to stay and apply for citizenship. Of course it is important to note that most of the proposals only allow those who meet certain criteria to remain with a chance of citizenship, but RJ pollsters prefer to encourage the negative response by including "all" in their question methodology or make-up. Overt one third, or 36%, say the do favor an overall amnesty. RJ headlines do not reflect that one in four Nevadans surveyed favored the 100% or all immigrant option for citizenship as worded in the question.
Incumbent Congress member Dina Titus and State Senator Joe Heck are in a statistical dead heat, with Titus at 43% to Heck at 42%. The third Congressional district is close to even in party registration.