LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Republican Nominee for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District, Sam Peters, has joined his supporters in calling out Steven Horsford for teaching yoga classes as a sitting Congressman while failing to address surging costs as a recession looms. 

Peters had this to say:

“The people of Nevada have made it clear that they’ve had enough of self-serving out-of-touch politicians who create mayhem for constituents and then act like they’re living in an alternate reality. Horsford was not elected to teach yoga, he was elected to represent the interests of Americans and help solve the most pressing issues for our nation.  

Steven Horsford, in tow with Pelosi’s deranged leadership and Biden’s federal overreach, has forced Americans to bow to the most destructive far left policies in history. Instead of meaningful discourse on how to halt inflation and restore our economy, Horsford is marketing his future career as a yoga instructor. 

This disgraceful display demonstrates the painful truth: Democrats like Horsford have no ideas or plans to solve the crises they’ve created.

As your next Congressman, I will help unlock the production of American Energy. I will work to Reduce Crime across our nation and in our district. I will demand the executive branch secure the border and focus on our national security. I will take strategic steps to address the forty-year high inflation, the first of which will be to curb out of control federal spending.  In short, I will focus on the real reasons you send a representative to Washington. On Election Day, we all need to make sure that Democrats like Pelosi and Horsford are retired from the infamous roles they played in this attempted destruction of our nation.” 


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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