Responding to a Republican poll released last week from his opponent, former Rep. Cresent Hardy (R) that showed a 41-41% tie, ex-Rep. Steven Horsford (D) replied yesterday in publicizing his own Global Strategy Group survey conducted back in July (7/17-22; 500 NV-4 likely voters) that gave him a 42-32% lead.
The 4th has proven itself to be a volatile district, as it has elected three different Congressmen since its inception in the 2011 redistricting plan. Therefore, the swing between the two polls could suggest a bouncing effect within the electorate meaning we will again see a close race.
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