Fiore’s uncompromising take on a variety of subjects — including racism, Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak’s handling of the pandemic and voter fraud — came during a Tuesday TV appearance.
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Former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller drew a line in the sand between himself and fellow Republican gubernatorial candidate Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo Thursday evening, referring to Lombardo as a “liberal.”
With less than 10 months until Nevada’s primary election, former U.S. Sen. Dean Heller and Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo lead the crowded pool of candidates seeking to oust Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Much of Lombardo’s speech on Monday previewed his coming campaign messaging — including calling Sisolak the “most partisan governor in Nevada history” and saying Sisolak has copied the “worst policies of some of the most liberal governors in the country.” Lombardo also promised to block any effort to teach critical race theory in public schools, to back efforts requiring identification to vote and rolling back several Democrat-backed election changes including ballot collection and expanded mail voting.