LAS VEGAS, NEVADA — A new poll recently released by Emerson College shows Sam Peters within 3 points of incumbent Congressman Steven Horsford. Peters, who has been significantly out spent, is clearly within striking district of winning NV-04. 

Peters had this to say about the polling results:

“Steven Horsford has once again proven to be one of the most disliked members of the United States Congress. Horsford, who has spent most of his adult life in various elected positions, has huge advantages across the board. From name ID, to his $2 million warchest, to his incumbent status, he should be well ahead at this point. 

The reason he isn’t is simple. He is a failed congressman who has lost the trust of the people of Nevada’s Fourth Congressional District. Gas prices are through the roof. Inflation is out of control. Our border is wide-open and illegal immigrants are pouring across in record numbers. 

Instead of doing something meaningful for his constituents, Steven Horsford sits in Washington and continues to vote for reckless spending packages and push more overreaching regulations that do nothing to fix the problems Nevadans face. The people of NV-04 recognize this, and are ready for a change. 

I’m excited to see these results early on, but there is still lots of work to do. I will work every day to retire Horsford and bring trust in representation back to the people of NV-04.”


About Sam Peters

Sam is the Owner of Peters Family Insurance, a three time “Best of Las Vegas” risk management firm. Prior to settling in Las Vegas, Sam spent two years as a field manager for a Fortune 500 company where he led thirty-one storefronts as a business consultant executing nearly $100M in annual revenue.

Sam retired as a Major from the United States Air Force in 2013 after spending time in Afghanistan, Iraq, Panama, Korea and various installations in the United States over a career that spanned more than twenty years. 

He earned a Bronze Star for his efforts in Afghanistan and was consistently recognized as #1 among his highly efficient and competent peers.
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