- Associated Press - Sunday, November 2, 2014

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Cresent Hardy spokesman says the campaign is using President Obama’s words supporting Rep. Steven Horsford to run its own radio ad online and on KDSS in rural Ely, Nevada.

Spokesman Scott Scheid said Friday the campaign repurposed the ad supporting Democratic incumbent Horsford to remind voters that Horsford is a reliable vote for Obama.

President Barack Obama says in the ad that Nevada voters should support Horsford who is running against Hardy in the 4th congressional district.

Horsford campaign spokesman Tim Hogan says the repurposed ad proves that Hardy doesn’t have his own ideas.

University of Nevada, Reno political professor Eric Herzik says it’s not likely to have much impact in swaying voters but shows how confident Republicans are that Obama is toxic to midterm Democratic candidates.



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