A surge in early voting enthusiasm has Democrats hopeful they will take control of the House for the first time in eight years, while President Donald Trump’s hard-line blitz on immigration has Republicans confident they will keep their Senate majority.
With just days before Election Day, a pair of robocalls featuring President Donald Trump will be going out to voters in Nevada and other key states in an effort to bolster the chances of Republicans locked in tight contests.
Donald Trump Jr. ended a daylong tour of Nevada inside a dimly lit honky-tonk bar on Friday by hurling insults at Democrats and touting his father’s accomplishments since taking the White House.
A star-studded lineup took to the stage in downtown Las Vegas during First Friday, urging voters to take advantage of the last few hours of early voting and to drag their friends to polls on Tuesday.
Trump and Heller worked together during the push for tax reform last year, specifically on doubling the Child Tax Credit from $1,000 to $2,000 per child.
From top Washington lawmakers to celebrities from Las Vegas, a parade of famous figures continue to stream through Nevada to push for their candidates.
Candidates running for federal office in Nevada are raising and spending millions upon millions of dollars in what has been the most expensive midterm election in U.S. history.
“There is no place in America for violence or anti-Semitism and this evil must end,” said Vice President Mike Pence, who spoke at a Las Vegas rally for congressional candidate Cresent Hardy. He later traveled to Reno to stump for Sen. Dean Heller and gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt.
Eric Trump, President Donald Trump’s middle son, and his wife Lara will be in Las Vegas Monday for a get out to vote rally to drum up support for Republican congressional candidate Cresent Hardy.
Lindsey Graham told voters during a campaign stop Friday that Dean Heller, his Republican Senate colleague, deserves to go back to Washington because he voted for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.