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Senate Candidate Sam Brown Endorses Trump For President

Brown: ‘It’s time for Nevada Republicans to unite our ticket to defeat Joe Biden and Jacky Rosen in November’

By Megan Barth, January 12, 2024 12:51 pm

U.S. Senate Candidate Sam Brown has endorsed former President Donald J. Trump for president, according to an exclusive report from Breitbart news.

Under President Trump’s America First policies, Nevadans thrived with higher household incomes and tax cuts; lower energy prices because of American energy independence; and an immigration policy that enforced our laws and secured our borders. But Jacky Rosen and Joe Biden reversed that progress and replaced the American Dream with the American Nightmare,” Brown said. “As a parent with school-aged children, a combat veteran, a former warehouse worker, and small business owner who was pursuing the American Dream with my wife, we supported President Trump’s re-election with our time, voices, and votes. The past three years of Joe Biden’s reckless decisions, with hyper-partisan support from Jacky Rosen, have left most Nevadans in a worse place and America in a weaker position on the global stage. This is the tragic reality we face. It is what drove me to run for U.S. Senate and stand up for Nevadans against Jacky Rosen. We must vote out the politicians responsible for destroying the American Dream. It’s time for Nevada Republicans to unite our ticket to defeat Joe Biden and Jacky Rosen in November. I am endorsing Donald J. Trump for President in 2024 because he has proven he can deliver on the results Nevada needs, and I believe he will deliver on them again. I look forward to winning in November and working with President Trump to return hope, security, and opportunity to Nevadans and all Americans,” Brown told Breitbart News.

His endorsement follows that of his rivals, Jim Marchant and Dr. Jeff Gunter. Gunter, who served under President Trump as Ambassador to Iceland, has continually criticized Brown as a “Never Trumper”, nicknamed him “Scam” Brown, and positioned Brown as a mouthpiece of the McConnell establishment, referring to Brown as a “RINO.”

Marchant was also early to endorse Trump in his bid for U.S. Senate against Democratic incumbent Jacky Rosen. Marchant received Trump’s endorsement during his campaign for Nevada Secretary of State, but Marchant lost to Cisco Aguilar.

Brown ran an unsuccessful Senatorial campaign in 2022, losing to Adam Laxalt in the GOP primary. Laxalt lost to Senator Catherine Cortez Masto by less than 8,000 votes.

Yet, in this senatorial bid, Brown has received the backing of the Republican Senatorial Committee and broke fundraising records at the end of last year, raising a record-breaking $1.85 million in the fourth quarter, “more than any challenger to an incumbent running for re-election in Nevada history.” When combined with his third quarter fundraising, Brown sets another record and bests Rosen with a haul of $3.04 million.

Rosen announced a Q4 haul of $3.2 million with $10.6 million cash on hand, setting another Nevada record for an incumbent in the race for the U.S. Senate.

Brown has referred to Rosen as a “foot soldier” for President Biden as Rosen votes with Biden 93 percent of the time. As Rosen embraces Biden’s agenda, Biden is tanking in the polls, especially with Independents–a growing voting demographic in Nevada.

A recent poll confirms that only 38 percent of Nevada voters indicate that they approve of the job that President Biden is doing while 53 percent disapprove of the job he is doing. Almost half of the electorate (46 percent) “strongly” disapprove of Biden.

In 2020, Biden won Nevada by a razor-thin two percent, defeating President Donald Trump by a margin of 25,000 votes. At that time, Biden’s approval rating hovered around 57 percent. According to December polling from Gallup, Biden’s approval rating sits at 39 percent–an approval rating worse than any modern-day president seeking reelection.





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