PRIMARY ROUNDUP

Aiken’s Primary Looks Close; Jones’s Challenger Runs on Bush Legacy

Leach hits Boyle on abortion rights

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Jack Fitzpatrick
May 2, 2014, 7:35 a.m.

NV-04: Polit­ic­al con­sult­ant Ni­ger In­nis (R) leads in an in­tern­al poll from PMI (R) (IVR) poll (April 22-24; 1,210 LVs; +/-5 per­cent) in his primary race against state As­sembly­man Cresent Hardy (R). In­nis re­ceived 19 per­cent and Hardy re­ceived just un­der 8 per­cent, while 73 per­cent were un­de­cided. An In­nis spokes­wo­man said the high por­tion of un­de­cided voters was “not a sur­prise.” In­nis and Hardy are chal­len­ging Rep. Steven Horsford (D) in a dis­trict that fa­vors Demo­crats. (Las Ve­gas Re­view-Journ­al)

PA-09: Tea party can­did­ate Art Halvor­son (R) re­leased his first TV ad in his primary chal­lenge to Rep. Bill Shuster (R). In the ad, Halvor­son de­scribes him­self as a “com­mon­sense con­ser­vat­ive” who wants to “stop this end­less debt and re­store eco­nom­ic op­por­tun­ity.” (Polit­ic­sPA)

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