LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Since there will not be a U.S. Senate contest for a seat in 2020, the top of the ticket will be crowded with races for Nevada’s Congressional seats. Although two of the districts are safe seats for incumbents, two others will be competitive, including the fourth district.
The fourth district takes in the vast middle part of the state, rural counties like White Pine and Lincoln and Urban areas such as North Las Vegas.
It’s currently represented by Congressman Steven Horsford, who won the seat in 2012, lost it in 2014, but regained the position last year. But there are several Republicans who hope to knock Horsford out.
Politics Now Co-host Steve Sebelius has more.