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Hillary Clinton won Nevada by just 27,000 votes. Joe Biden “won” Nevada by barely 30,000, after they spent about a week “counting” the votes. Nevada’s last several Senate races were all very close.

For more than a decade, Nevada has consistently been in the blue column, but only barely. And that could be changing, fraud or no fraud. Nevada swung blue because of the gargantuan increase in its Hispanic population, but polls indicate that Hispanics across America are swinging against the Democratic party in response to riots, CRT, transgender propaganda in school, and so much else.

Nevada is a state the GOP can win, if the right candidates are willing to run. Could Joey Gilbert be that candidate? He is running for governor as we speak, looking to unseat incumbent Democrat Steve Sisolak. Gilbert runs a law firm, but he also was present at the January 6 rally in support of President Trump. His enemies, of course, use that to suggest he’s little better than a criminal, but Gilbert isn’t intimidated.

He says his key issues are election integrity, Nevada schools, funding police, and criminal justice reform. We definitely want to know more about that last point in particular, and we hope Gilbert has a suitable answer.

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