A Super PAC supporting Joe Lombardo is throwing a political grenade at incumbent Nevada Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak with a plan to erect hundreds of billboards across the state tying him to President Joe Biden’s failed economic policies.
With less than 100 days until the November general election, the Better Nevada PAC has launched 20 digital signage installations in Las Vegas, five digital signage installations in Reno and 650 four-by-eight signs across the state, Breitbart News learned exclusively Thursday. The billboards link Sisolak and Biden, calling them a “dream team” and pointing out that Nevadans are facing 40-year high inflation.
Senior Better Nevada PAC consultant Andy Surabian told Breitbart News that the Silver State is ready for Trump’s leadership Former Clark County Sheriff Lombardo added that “left-wing policies have broken our economy.”
“The Sisolak-Biden agenda of higher taxes, reckless spending and more regulation has delivered nothing but fewer jobs and less prosperity for most Nevadans. Their leftist policies have destroyed our economy, brought high inflation and brought us to the brink of recession.” Sourabian said.
“The people of Nevada are sick and tired of having a governor like Sisolak who constantly puts Biden’s radical left agenda ahead of what is best for Nevada. That’s why Nevadans are ready to elect a true political outsider like Joe Lombardo in November to clean up the mess created by Sisolak and Biden,” he continued.
The Super PAC is launching its six-figure offensive in what appears to be a neck-and-neck race. However, Nevada Democrats are particularly vulnerable in this election, with both Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) and Sisolak running for re-election. Democrats nationwide are trying to distance themselves from President Joe Biden as his pro-tank agenda makes him and those around him increasingly unpopular.
The most recent poll shows Lombardo and Sisolak in a statistical tie, 44 percent to 46 percent. In June, after the state primary, polls showed Lombardo with a 48 percent to 47 percent lead over the incumbent. The poll also shows Lombardo leading with Hispanic voters, 44 percent to 42 percent, which is significant because about 30 percent of the state’s population is Hispanic/Latino. Hispanic voters in the state are also more likely to do so in favor of former President Donald Trump by 19 percent.