“Job creation and retention are the key elements to getting our stagnant economy moving again” according to the campaign website for Cresent Hardy, the Republican seeking to regain the seat that he lost two years ago in Nevada’s fourth congressional district.
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump tweeted: “Great financial numbers being announced on an almost daily basis. Economy has never been better, jobs at best point in history.”
Hardy’s campaign did not respond to requests for comment.
Hardy is running against former Democratic Congressman Steven Horsford, who lost CD4 to Hardy in 2014. The district’s current congressman, Democrat Ruben Kihuen, is not seeking reelection.