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Northern Nevada businesswoman joins growing field of GOP candidates in Congressional District 4

Jacob Solis
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Businesswoman Randi Reed announced a run for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District Tuesday, becoming the seventh candidate so far to announce a bid and the third to do so in the last week. 

Reed, along with her husband, is the owner and operator of Sparks-based furniture company Haus of Reed, as well as being the business development director in Nevada for the construction company, Brycon. 

She enters the race among a crowded field of Republican candidates, all eager to flip the seat from Democratic incumbent Steven Horsford. Those candidates include former Assemblyman Jim Marchant, Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo, former congressional staffer Charles Navarro, former Miss Nevada and business owner Lisa Song Sutton, veteran and business owner Sam Peters and small business owner Rebecca Wood. 

The district is one of two swing districts in the state and has already been the target of increased spending by Democrats ahead of next year. 

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