Residents in Las Vegas are concerned about Tuesday’s primary election because of rising inflation and petrol prices.
Residents of Sin City submitted their preferences for candidates to represent them in the forthcoming midterm elections in 2022 with the media. The health of the economy, including issues such as rising gas prices and inflation, is one of their key concerns.
“What good does it do to spend billions of dollars on projects elsewhere when people are going hungry right here in the United States? Why are we handing them firearms when they have expressly requested my weapon?” Shelley, a Las Vegas resident, spoke with the media. “I am in the same boat. This is not the case at all.”
Adam Laxalt, a former Nevada attorney general, now has a commanding lead over all seven of his opponents in the Republican primary for the Senate seat he is pursuing. It is a contest that Republicans must win if they are to retake control of the Senate, as the winner would face Senator Catherine Cortez Masto, who is serving her first term (D-NM).
Political analysts have designated Nevada as a battleground state, and some residents believe that a red wave could occur in the following election season.