Poll reveals Hispanic voters’ opinions about Nevada’s Gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races, as well as the most important policy issues affecting Latinos in Clark County

KBLR’s election coverage will also feature candidate profiles, in-depth stories about this year’s ballot questions, and news reports from Washington, D.C.

Telemundo Las Vegas will round-out its midterm election coverage with a local civic engagement campaign aimed at helping audiences get access to the tools and information they need to register to vote

Las Vegas, NV – August 28, 2018 – KBLR Telemundo Las Vegas kicked off its comprehensive, multi- platform “Decisión 2018” election coverage by releasing results from its Southern Nevada “Hispanic Opinion Poll” on Monday, August 27 during its late local newscast Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas. The poll was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy. The survey consisted of 625 registered Hispanic voters interviewed by telephone in Clark County. KBLR’s “Decisión 2018” election coverage also features a series of in-depth news reports focused on highlighting the most important issues voters will decide in November. The station will round-out its “Decision 2018” coverage with a local civic engagement campaign that seeks to inform Hispanics in Southern Nevada about the importance of their participation in this year’s statewide and local elections and how they can exercise their civic right to vote during this year’s midterm elections.

Key elements of Telemundo Las Vegas “Decisión 2018” election coverage and civic engagement campaign include:

“Telemundo Las Vegas Pregunta” / “Telemundo Las Vegas Asks” – A Hispanic opinion poll that reveals Hispanic voters’ opinions about Nevada’s Gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races, as well as and the most important policy issues affecting them and the Clark County community this election year. Telemundo Las Vegas’ “Hispanic Opinion Poll” results can be accessed online at

Local Political Coverage Telemundo Las Vegas kicks-off its 2018 local political coverage with profiles of all the candidates that are on the ballot this November and how their campaigns differ. KBLR’s news team will also deliver in-depth news stories about the issues that are affecting the Clark County Hispanic community including immigration, healthcare and education, among others. Rounding out the station’s extensive local political news coverage, KBLR will also feature stories about the proposed amendments and constitutional changes to help inform audiences about the issues they should consider on election day, and how these changes may affect the Clark County community. KBLR’s local political coverage kicked off on August 27 and will be presented on weekdays at 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm and 11pm on Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas. Audiences can also watch live at and through the station’s app “Telemundo Las Vegas.”

Telemundo Las Vegas’ “Decision 2018” News Team KBLR’s local political coverage will be led by Noticiero Telemundo Las Vegas news anchors Claudia De La Fuente and Antonio Texeira, and boosted by reports from the nation’s capital delivered by Washington Correspondent Randy Serrano. KBLR reporters will also be contributing to the special political news coverage. Audiences everywhere can access Telemundo Las Vegas’ news reports.

For more information on KBLR’s “Hispanic Opinion Poll” results and to watch Telemundo Las Vegas’ “Decision 2018” live news coverage, visit or download the station’s app “Telemundo Las Vegas” on iTunes or Google Play stores.

About Telemundo Las Vegas/ KBLR

Telemundo Las Vegas / KBLR is Telemundo’s local television station, serving the Spanish-speaking community in the Las Vegas market. Owned by NBCUniversal, Telemundo Las Vegas has been delivering local news, information and entertainment to viewers throughout Southern Nevada for nearly 20 years. Viewers turn to Telemundo Las Vegas for breaking news, weather and sports headlines across a variety of platforms, including online at and via mobile and social media channels. Telemundo Las Vegas demonstrates its commitment to the community by cultivating local partnerships and capturing the diversity of Southern Nevada.



Gloria L. Flores