Many of Nevada’s most prominent Democrats know border walls work. Just look at where they live.
While the media and House Democrats will focus their attention on investigating President Donald Trump in 2019, Senate Republicans will concentrate on the long game of reshaping the federal judiciary by confirming as many of Trump’s judicial nominees as they can in 2019-2020.
A bill that would let Nevadans buy into a state-sponsored Medicaid-style health insurance plan could see a revival in the 2019 Legislature after a similar bill was vetoed by Gov. Brian Sandoval in 2017, said the Democrats’ leader in the Assembly.
When Brian Sandoval became governor, Nevada had a policy of severely limiting corporate subsidies.
Expect Democrats to reintroduce many of the bills vetoed by outgoing Gov. Brian Sandoval when the 2019 Nevada Legislature opens, one of the state’s leading political/business consultants said recently on Nevada Newsmakers.
American politicians can’t seem to make themselves wait until 2019 to start acting like it’s 2020.
Record Democrat turnout doomed Nevada Republican candidates in last month’s election. That turnout was driven, in part, by the left’s dislike for President Donald Trump.