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Las Vegas, NV – Dina Titus, Democratic candidate for Nevada's First Congressional District, released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court upholding the Affordable Care Act this morning:
“Today is a great day for children who can stay on their parents’ health insurance plans until they are 26, and people with preexisting conditions who had previously been discriminated against by private insurance companies. I was proud to vote for this legislation that ended the worst abuses of the insurance industry. While today is an important milestone in ensuring affordable, quality healthcare for Nevadans, we still have a lot more work to do in making healthcare more affordable for Nevada families. What we can’t do is what Mitt Romney, Dean Heller, and Joe Heck want to do, which is to end Medicare by turning it over to profit-first private insurance companies. In Congress, I will fight with President Obama and Shelley Berkley to create jobs and protect Nevada seniors from Washington Republicans trying to pull the rug out from under them.”
By Kyle Trygstad
Roll Call Staff
May 10, 2012, Midnight
There may be no Democratic candidate in America more valuable to the party’s efforts to take back the House than former Rep. Dina Titus.
The Nevadan, running in a safe Las Vegas-based district, has donated time and a staggering amount of money to help Democrats nationwide who are running for office.
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Pro-choice PAC endorsed 44 candidates, contributed $178,500 to campaigns in first quarter of 2012
Washington, D.C. –Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, this morning announced another round of endorsements for the 2012 cycle from her organization’s political action committee. The organization’s PAC closed out the first quarter of this year with nearly $180,000 in contributions to candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Read the full article.
March 30 2012
WASHINGTON DC - The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund today announced its endorsement of Dina Titus for election to the U.S. House of Representatives for the 1st District of Nevada. LCV Action Fund works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies.
“We are proud to endorse Dina Titus for election to Nevada’s 1st District because she understands that promoting a clean energy economy is the best way to create thousands of jobs for Nevadans, make America energy independent, and curb carbon pollution,” said LCV Action Fund President Gene Karpinski. “Throughout her career in public office, Dina Titus has been a champion for clean energy legislation, and we look forward to working with her in Congress to build a secure, clean energy future.” Read the full press release.
WASHINGTON (March 29, 2012) -- The Humane Society Legislative Fund, the nation’s leading political advocacy organization for animal welfare, announces its endorsement of Dina Titus in the Democratic primary for Nevada’s 1st Congressional District. Citing her strong and consistent support of animal protection policies, the Humane Society Legislative Fund urges primary voters to support Titus.
“Dina Titus has been a strong supporter of animal protection policies during her career in public service, and would continue to stand up for the values of kindness and compassion in Washington,” said Sara Amundson, executive director of the Humane Society Legislative Fund. “We encourage voters in the 1st District who care about the humane treatment of animals to support Dina Titus.” Read the full article here.
Las Vegas Sun
Friday, Feb. 24, 2012
Face to Face host John Ralston interviews Dina Titus and Randolph Townsend on the death of Bill Raggio, Feb. 24, 2012. Watch the video.
Check out images from Dina's Campaign Headquarters opening! You can find them on the website of the Las Vegas Sun.
February 7, 2012
LAS VEGAS– Tonight State Senator Ruben Kihuen withdrew from the Democratic Primary for the First Congressional District. Congresswoman Dina Titus released the following statement.
“Senator Kihuen is a dedicated public servant who has always put the interests of Nevada first. He ran a strong campaign that inspired young people to work for the good of our state. Now is the time to come together to reelect President Obama and elect Shelley Berkley, John Oceguera, Steven Horsford, and all Democrats running for office. Ruben is a rising star who has a bright career ahead of him fighting for Nevadans. I look forward to working with him to create jobs, advocate for minority interests, and diversify Nevada’s economy.”
Today Dina Titus, candidate for Nevada's Congressional District One, released this statement regarding today's unemployment figures released:
“The December unemployment figures are promising but also demonstrate the need for Congress to take bold action to get people working again as far too many people are still unemployed or underemployed. I urge Republicans to stop trying to score political points by attacking President Obama and instead work with Democrats to create jobs. I supported legislation that brought millions of dollars back to Nevada that created or saved thousands of jobs and in Congress I will continue to work to ensure every Nevadan that wants a job can find a job.”
by Joseph C. Abraham, January 12 2012 | Urban Voice
I am writing to you today because Dina Titus is a friend and a strong ally of the African- American community and we need to send her back to Congress.
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Las Vegas – Dina Titus, candidate for Nevada’s 1st Congressional seat, today released the following statement calling on Speaker Boehner to call the House back into session to pass the payroll tax cut extension:
“House Republicans need to quit playing partisan politics and reconvene to pass the middle class tax cut. If Speaker Boehner and his caucus do not do their job and extend the payroll tax cut, Nevada families will see a tax hike on January 1st at a time when they can least afford it. Washington Republicans need to stop putting tax cuts for billionaires and tax breaks for special interests ahead of Nevada families and pass the middle class tax cut now.”
VIDEO: House GOP Refuses to Allow Dem Whip to Speak on Floor & Offer Senate Compromise
Will fight to get economy moving and create jobs
Las Vegas—Today, with supporters, Dina Titus officially kicked off her campaign for Nevada’s 1st Congressional seat. She made her announcement at the Dina Titus Estates—an affordable housing complex for people with disabilities that was dedicated to her in recognition of her tireless advocacy for the disadvantaged.
By: Cameron Joseph
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is circulating a list of 60 recruits it hopes can help retake the House next fall, reaching its stated recruitment goal.
Almost all of the candidates on the list have previously been announced. Some of the featured Democrats seem on paper to be good candidates for the Republican-leaning districts they plan to run for: former U.S. Attorney Rob Wallace in Oklahoma, former Air Force officer Jonathan George in Indiana and Raul Ruiz in Rep. Mary Bono Mack's (R-Calif.) GOP-leaning district.
The official 111th Congress voting record for 2010 is in. Votes on positive senior issues is as follows: With 100 percent being the highest score for positive senior issues, Sen. Dean Heller's score was 13 percent, Rep. Shelley Berkley's was 96 percent, and former Rep. Dina Titus' was 100 percent. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's was 97 percent, and former Sen. John Ensign's was 8 percent.
By: Kyle Trygstad
Former Rep. Dina Titus made it official Tuesday night that she is running again for Congress, joining a handful of her former colleagues ousted in the 2010 Republican wave.
“I’m Dina Titus, and I’m running for Congress,” the Democrat said on Jon Ralston’s “Face to Face” Nevada TV show.
Asked whether she would run against Rep. Joe Heck (R-Nev.), who unseated her last year in the 3rd district after one term in Congress, Titus noted that it’s still unclear what district she will end up running in. The Nevada redistricting process, which is now in the courts, was complicated by a fourth district added through reapportionment and a split Legislature and Republican governor unable to compromise on a new map.
“We have to wait and see where the lines are drawn,” Titus said. “I probably won’t be in the same district as [Heck].” Read the full article here.
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