LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Today Joe Szymanski, a notorious elections analyst with Elections Daily, reported a shift of Nevada’s 4th Congressional District from a Leaning Democrat to Toss Up potential, supporting forecasts of a 2022 Republican Supermajority triumph. This shift in Democrat propensity has paved the way for Major Sam Peters, United States Air Force veteran, and Bronze Star recipient to attain the victory and unseat incumbent Democrat Congressman Steven Horsford.

Sam Peters’ massive support from Nevada law enforcement and his extensive list of growing endorsements indicate the disposition of voters following years of overreaching government mandates from COVID-19 and the distaste for Radical Left policies that have complicated the already turbulent recovery efforts in the economy.

Peters had this to say about the political shift: 

“Joseph Szymanski’s latest election ratings update is a welcome revelation 

given the current direction of our state and nation.  Members of Congress have spent the last year focusing on serving foreigners around the globe, and they’ve put it on the tab of the American taxpayers. 

Our economic recovery should have been safeguarded by a single-minded 

focus of serving the American people, not foreign invaders at our southern 

border or a conflict between corrupt actors on the other side of the planet. 

The Democrats have overplayed their hand in promoting an agenda that  fails to serve Americans, while they continue to double down in outrageous 

government spending while inflation and empty shelves become a daily

stressor for the citizens of the United States.

I look forward to serving all Nevadans by reorienting the federal government back to our Constitutional roots, and our citizens’ needs at home. I’m humbly offering my experience as a military officer and successful businessman to help turn our state and nation back to prosperity and safety.” 



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.