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    Las Vegas Review-Journal: Candidates with gaming knowledge dot the presidential field

    By Howard Stutz  After billionaire Donald Trump trashed Atlantic City during the nationally televised Republican presidential candidates’ debate, Geoff Freeman had to be smiling to himself. Not because of what Trump said. Rather, it was the setting in which the former casino owner, New York real estate developer and GOP presidential candidate uttered those remarks. […]

    Las Vegas Sun: Presidential hopefuls may want to bet on casino industry

    Nevada is an important state for 2016 presidential candidates, and the casino lobby is trying to make sure its industry is considered important too. Geoff Freeman, president of the American Gaming Association, recently sent a letter to candidates arguing that because Nevada is a key battleground state, presidential hopefuls need to recognize the contributions of the state’s […]

    Las Vegas Review-Journal: Gaming claims a place in presidential race

    By Steve Tetreault    WASHINGTON — The gaming and resort industries on Tuesday staked out a spot in the presidential race taking shape in Nevada, reminding leaders of their importance to the state’s economy, as well as the votes of thousands of their workers. “As you engage with presidential campaigns and candidates, officially or unofficially we urge […]

    Las Vegas Sun: Las Vegas to host general election presidential debate next year

    By J.D. Morris  Las Vegas will host the general election’s third and final presidential debate on Oct. 19 next year. The Commission on Presidential Debates this morning announced the cities that will host debates, just after the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority approved spending $4 million to host a debate at UNLV’s Thomas & […]

    American Gaming Association Adds Six New Members, Continues to Bring the Industry Together

    Washington, DC  – The American Gaming Association (AGA) today announced that it has added six new members – including three new board members – as the organization continues to grow and represent the totality of the casino gaming industry. Since January, overall AGA membership has increased by 50 percent, while the size of its board of directors […]