With President Joe Biden likely to announce his re-election campaign in coming months, a new Nevada Independent / OH Predictive Insights poll finds him trailing both former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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But last year’s redistricting process, which saw Democratic state legislators redraw district lines to pull thousands of Democratic voters from deep-blue District 1 into neighboring Districts 3 and 4, appears to have paid off for the incumbents.
So while you mull when to vote, below are some resources pulled from our handy elections page that could help as you ponder all the choices on this year’s ballot. We have ballot question explainers, race previews and stories detailing candidates’ policy positions.
This year, the outside groups have made their mark, collectively spending more than $100 million across the three competitive House races and high-profile Senate race, according to data compiled by OpenSecrets, a nonprofit research group dedicated to tracking money in U.S. politics.
As of Sept. 21, the candidates and outside groups had spent $25 million in the battleground district, the most of any “toss-up” House race in the country, according to data from the political ad tracking firm AdImpact.
Even as Republican candidates continue to pummel incumbent Democrats on a faltering economy and sidestep anger over the overturning of Roe v. Wade, they have launched a fresh salvo of attacks over immigration.
Lee has, multiple times, tweeted that Becker “will vote for a nationwide abortion ban,” though Becker does not appear to have ever said she will. A representative from Becker’s campaign said she “does not support a nationwide abortion ban.”
During the roughly eight-week period captured in the FEC’s pre-primary window, the three top Senate candidates combined to raise $5.8 million, with more than half, $3.6 million, coming from Cortez Masto alone.
Though abortion rights in the Silver State have been protected by state law for more than 30 years, the outcome of the state’s congressional and Senate and gubernatorial elections will likely have implications for abortion protections.
Though none of the Republican candidates in District 3 have held office in the Silver State, Becker has emerged as a front runner in the race, bringing in the most money and earning the backing of the Republican establishment.