A pair of two polls recently conducted in Nevada — one focused on working class voters and the other on Hispanic voters — provides a snapshot of where these voter blocs stand this fall and outlines strategies for how to make durable gains among these key populations ahead of a 2024 election that has both major parties eying Nevada.
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A new poll of likely Nevada voters commissioned by the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) shows Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) narrowly leading potential Republican challenger Sam Brown ahead of her 2024 re-election bid.
Speaking in front of more than 1,000 attendees, eight presidential candidates including former President Donald Trump, took the stage, each affirming full-throated support for Israel and denouncing pro-Palestine protests and antisemitic incidents on U.S. college campuses.
As the third-term congressman filed to run in the New Hampshire primary on Friday, Phillips campaign advisor Steve Schmidt told Politico of Nevada’s Democratic primary: “We cede that race. Doesn’t matter.”
Silva granted a motion to dismiss the case from defendants Gov. Joe Lombardo, who signed the bill into law, and Secretary of State Cisco Aguilar, who pursued the legislation after making it a campaign priority to increase protections for election workers.
Miller, 43, shared the news with The Nevada Independent in an interview Friday, saying his growing family and a plan to move was the motivation behind the decision. He will be the 13th lawmaker so far who is not expected to return to their legislative seat in 2025, either because of term limits, a resignation or a run for another office.
Uygur filed to run on Oct. 11, but on his declaration of candidacy, crossed out references to the Constitution’s qualifications for the presidency clause and replaced “natural born” citizen with a handwritten “naturalized” citizen.
Candidates agreed that public safety and keeping police funded was important to run a “world-class city,” and that addressing homelessness is one of the city’s major pressing concerns, with most of the speakers suggesting that people sleeping on sidewalks hurt business and tourism.
The only incumbent to be outraised by an opponent was Rep. Dina Titus, (D-NV) who saw a Republican opponent, Flemming Larsen, loan his campaign $200,000 of his own funds in the third quarter. Titus reported raising just over $122,000 in the quarter.
Despite skipping out on an opportunity to win delegates, running in the primary could provide Scott, Pence and other candidates with an opportunity to win a statewide presidential nominating contest that does not include Trump on the ballot.