Hardy Beats Innis for Republican Nomination

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Jack Fitzpatrick
June 11, 2014, 7:19 a.m.

State As­sembly­man Cresent Hardy (R) won the Re­pub­lic­an nom­in­a­tion to chal­lenge Rep. Steven Horsford (D), beat­ing polit­ic­al con­sult­ant Ni­ger In­nis (R), third-time can­did­ate Mike Mon­roe (R), and san­it­a­tion work­er Carlo Po­liak (R).

In­nis re­fused to con­cede on Tues­day night, say­ing, “If these num­bers hold up, the biggest win­ner to­night is Steven Horsford.” Hardy re­peated throughout the cam­paign that he was a fifth-gen­er­a­tion Nevadan, while In­nis moved to the state from New York in 2007. (Las Ve­gas Re­view-Journ­al)


NV-04 (R):

Cresent Hardy: 10,396 (43 per­cent)

Ni­ger In­nis: 8,076 (33 per­cent)

Mike Mon­roe: 5,392 (22 per­cent)

Carlo Po­liak: 523 (2 per­cent)


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