Steven HorsfordU.S. REP. 4TH DISTRICT OF NEVADA
Rep. Steven Horsford (D) has dedicated his life to advocating for his community. He represents Nevada’s 4th congressional district, which includes most of northern Clark County, southern Lyon County and all of Esmeralda, Lincoln, Mineral, Nye and White Pine counties. Rep. Horsford has represented the district before, when he became the first Black congressman to represent Nevada.
Horsford has a strong record of fighting for economic initiatives. He is running for Congress to create opportunities for all. In Congress he has:
- Pushed to make college tuition more affordable and pushed for more investment in vocational training programs
- Fought every attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act to ensure that millions of Americans can stay insured
- Protected Medicaid expansion at every opportunity available to ensure the most vulnerable populations gain access to important services
- Advocated for gun safety legislation
This election season, vote Steven Horsford (D) to represent Nevada’s 4th Congressional District. You must be a registered voter to participate in this election. Register to vote today or check your registration status below.
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