Ambassador Nikki Haley Joins Adam Laxalt for Ladies for Laxalt Coalition and Republican Jewish Coalition Campaign Events in Las Vegas
Packed House for “Ladies for Laxalt” Coalition and Republican Jewish Coalition Events
LAS VEGAS, NV – Yesterday, former Ambassador to the UN and former Governor of South Carolina Nikki Haley co-hosted two events with Adam Laxalt in Greater Las Vegas to speak on behalf of Laxalt’s campaign. The first event, held in Henderson, featured the Ladies for Laxalt coalition. The second event, held in Summerlin, was sponsored and organized by the Republican Jewish Coalition.
Ambassador Haley and Adam Laxalt discussed the deterioration of the economy under President Biden and Cortez Masto’s leadership and the open border crisis at the southern border. Laxalt and Haley also discussed foreign policy at length at both events and criticized the Biden Administration’s persistence with the Iran Deal talks, despite Iran’s hostility toward the United States and her allies.
After speaking to and meeting with supporters at the Ladies for Laxalt event, Laxalt and Haley held a press conference with local and national media. Questions centered around the rise in crime related to the open border crisis, the shift in the Latino vote toward Republicans, and Cortez Masto’s refusal to agree to debates with Laxalt."Nevada knows Adam Laxalt will be the key Republicans need to stop the Biden/Cortez Masto reckless agenda. As we saw at today’s Ladies for Laxalt and RJC Event, everyone’s fired to up to send Adam to Washington. Voters from every corner of the Silver State are ready to retire Cortez Masto and put Nevada first,” said Ambassador Haley.
“I am grateful for Ambassador NikkiHaley’s support in our race for the U.S. Senate," said Adam Laxalt. "Republicans, Independents, and Democrats are uniting behind our campaign because they know that we have to get America back on the right track. That starts with tackling the record inflation and high gas prices that are the result of Joe Biden’s terrible policies and his rubber stamp in the Senate, Catherine Cortez Masto.”