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Setting the record straight | Adam Laxalt

This opinion column was submitted by Adam Laxalt, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. His campaign website is adamlaxalt.com. As most Nevada voters know, there is a major contrast between my views on abortion and those of my opponent, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto. Yet, despite our differences, my views have not shifted the policy in Nevada, nor has the ruling in the Dobbs case. Voters in 1990 determined that Nevada is and will remain a pro-choice state. The Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs did not change Nevada law in this regard, as Senator Cortez Masto repeatedly has acknowledged.
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Trump ally Adam Laxalt wins Nevada's Republican U.S. Senate primary

Adam Laxalt, a former Nevada attorney general, won the Republican U.S. Senate primary in the state Tuesday, according to a race call from The Associated Press. He will take on incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto in November in a high-stakes race as Democrats try to hold on to their slim majority in the upper chamber.
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Adam Laxalt, a Prominent Election Denier, Has Won the Republican Senate Primary in Nevada

On Tuesday, Adam Laxalt, a “Big Lie” proponent endorsed by Donald Trump, won the Nevada GOP Senate primary. Laxalt is attempting to topple incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, one of the most vulnerable Senate Democrats this election cycle, after easily defeating Army veteran Sam Brown for the Republican primary. A Republican victory in Nevada would jeopardise Democratic control of the Senate next year.
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Nevada Republicans pick Adam Laxalt, Joe Lombardo, election denier to challenge Democratic incumbents

Nevada Republicans picked the more moderate candidate in Tuesday's primary for governor and U.S. Senate, but opted for election fraud conspiracist Jim Marchant to challenge Democrat Cisco Aguilar for a shot to run Nevada elections as secretary of state. Most of the big races are expected to be competitive in November due to a political environment seen favorable to Republicans.
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