Republican Donald Trump told conservative evangelical pastors in Florida his presidency would preserve “religious liberty” and the same afternoon, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine praised a more liberal group of church leaders in Louisiana for their “progressive values that are the values of Scripture.”
A Democratic PAC this week launched its second ad in Nevada contending that U.S. Rep. Joe Heck has benefited from millions of dollars in dark money during his political career, and has opposed efforts to expose the sources of anonymous campaign spending.
With a 77,000 deficit in registered Republican voters compared with numbers of registered Democratic voters, state GOP officials are putting an emphasis on voter outreach this year.
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer gave her remarks to supporters and took photos with them during a morning stop at the new Trump-Pence Nevada Headquarters in Las Vegas. The new offices are located at 1110 Palms Airport Drive, Suite 120.
Nevada is the most diverse battleground state. On paper, it should be secure for Democrats. But there are enough people like Russ Wheeler, still rattled by the recession and frustrated about other things, to make it one of Trump’s best swing states.