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Nevada Senate race between Heller, roses, Democrats hope to flip: A look at the candidates

The incumbent Sen., Dean Heller, the Democrat, Rep. Jacky roses in a tight bid for re-election in Nevada.

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To go with less than two months, to give before the November midterm elections, President Trump will travel to Nevada to lose his support for an incumbent senator in danger of his seat.

While Sen., Dean Heller, R-Nev., faced close races in the past, he has never lost an election. But Democrats see the Chance that this will be the first for him, and you gain an advantage in the control of the Senate.

The trump card lost Nevada in the 2016 election, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 46 percent to 48 percent. Fox News has ranked the Senate race is a tossup.

Read on for a look at the candidates.

Dean Heller

GOP Sen., Dean Heller, is facing a difficult re-election campaign.

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A longtime Nevada politician, incumbent, Sen., Dean Heller, has served in his present function since 2011, when he was first appointed to the seat. Prior to that, Heller represented the 2. Constituency in the house, and served as Nevada secretary of state.

At one point, the Brighter Trump a campaign donation released and returned. But now that Heller has – for the most part, self-aligned with the President on certain issues, including tax reform, stronger border security, and support gun rights.

“Eighty percent of what has been done to this President is very, very good, very positive,” Heller said. “The other 20 percent … he has a reality show. I get it. It is a reality show.”

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Trump Heller has supported in the race.

His goal for this election, he said the Washington to keep the Examiner, is the focus of the campaign in Nevada instead of Washington, DC, around 2,400 km. And to be sure, his campaign website says, he approaches political issues with a question in mind: “How it affects Nevada?”

In his last election, in 2012, Heller had a one-point victory over Democrat Shelley Berkley.

This time around, Heller has benefited from more name recognition in the state, as well as a large campaign chest. He donations outraised Jacky roses, so far, with $10.6 million in the election campaign, compared to $9.2 million.

Jacky Roses

Rep. by Jacky, rose, to plunge in the hope of rests with Sen., Dean Heller of Nevada.

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Rep. Jacky Rosen, a first-term Congressman, elected in the year 2016. But Democrats are banking on it, as an option, in order to flip control of the Senate to them.

A former synagogue leader, rose, a member of the problem solvers group and promotes their efforts for bipartisanship in Congress on their campaign website.

“I’m going to try to give people to choose someone to vote instead of something about it,” she said before Politically, adding, “I think I’m going to win this race.”

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Rose lives in Nevada for almost 40 years, and was the first person graduated in your family to study, according to their campaign website. To do that, she was a waitress, and continue to work on the weekend at banquets, when she began her career as a software developer.

Rosen was supported by the former President Barack Obama and Emily’s list, a pro-choice organization.

It supports access to abortion, a path to citizenship for those who are protected under DACA and stricter gun control, especially in the Wake of the Las-Vegas-concert-recordings in the year 2017, on the left 58 people dead.

She has not shied away from the criticism of the President, or beat Lighter on the support for its policy, also when it comes to immigration, the efforts to repeal ObamaCare, the Republican-led tax reform and his support of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

While Heller outraised roses has to go so far outside groups poured $17 million into the race – with about 10 million dollars, to either support roses or against Heller, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.

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