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NV Dems Chairman McCurdy on Congressional Primary Results

Nevada State Democratic Party Chairman William McCurdy II released the following statements following the primary election results for Nevada’s four Congressional seats:

Congressional District 1: “Congresswoman Dina Titus has been a strong champion, advocate, and voice for all Nevadans in Washington. The people of Nevada’s First District and our state are lucky to have her in Congress, standing up against the GOP’s out of touch agenda and fighting Trump every step of the way. We look forward to re-electing Congresswoman Titus in November.”

Congressional District 2: “We put Congressman Mark Amodei on notice after he lied to his constituents and voted to take health care away from hundreds of thousands Nevadans last year, and Clint Koble will help us hold Amoedi accountable for doing just that. Clint Koble has proven himself to be a strong candidate and is committed to being the voice in Washington, D.C. that Northern Nevada working families deserve.”

Congressional District 3: “Susie Lee is a passionate education advocate and nonprofit leader who has spent her career working to improve the lives of tens of thousands of Nevada children, and we know that she will take her passion to Washington. Her Republican opponent, Danny Tarkanian, is an ultra-conservative, perennial failed candidate, and shady businessman who has already been rejected by the people of Nevada’s Third District and there’s no doubt in my mind that they will reject him again in November.”

Congressional District 4: “Congratulations to Steven Horsford on his victory tonight, and thank you to all of the Democratic candidates who ran positive campaigns that focused on the issues that matter to Nevadans. Steven Horsford knows the issues that affect the families of Nevada’s Fourth District and will return to Congress ready to resume his fight for his constituents. Cresent Hardy does not represent the values of this district and voters will reject his extreme right-wing agenda come November.”