GOP says Tuesday Nevada primaries begin the march toward November sweep

GOP says Tuesday Nevada primaries begin the march toward November sweep


Republicans believe their luck in Nevada is poised to turn, viewing Tuesday’s primaries as the first step toward a fall sweep in their campaigns for Senate and the state’s four House seats.

Not since 2014 have Republicans experienced material success in Nevada, with Democrats getting the better of the GOP up and down the ballot in the three consecutive elections. That futility could end this November, GOP insiders insist, explaining a favorable political environment is on track to sink Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) and topple Nevada’s three incumbent House Democrats.

But to fulfill their ambitions, Nevada Republicans must field quality general election candidates. That is no sure thing, although party strategists are claiming confidence in GOP primary voters

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