Here’s some encouraging news out of Nevada courtesy of Gravis Marketing’s latest poll:
A Gravis Marketing poll released on Monday found that 47 percent of voters said they would select Rosen if the elections were held today and 45 percent said they would vote for Heller. That was within the poll's margin of error of +/- 3.7 percent.
Eight percent of voters said they were uncertain.
The Gravis Marketing poll was conducted among 700 registered, likely voters between Sept. 11-12, 2018.
Rosen has been running an aggressive campaign against Heller, especially when it comes to health care:
Democratic senate candidate Rep. Jacky Rosen, of Nevada, is answering the challenge from the Republican incumbent she hopes to unseat, GOP Sen. Dean Heller. The sitting Nevada senator has been calling on her to compare their records on health care.
In a new 30-second TV ad running statewide in Nevada as part of the campaigns ongoing seven-figure TV ad buy, Rosen answers the challenge and addresses Heller directly: “You voted to let insurance companies discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions, charge older people more, and take away coverage from 200,000 Nevadans.”
She's responding to a Heller ad, in which he tells voters she's done “nothing” to fix health care.
Rosen campaign manager Danny Kazin told CBS News the Rosen campaign was happy to respond to Heller.
“Dean Heller wants to compare his record of caving to party leaders and special interests to take away health care coverage and protections from hundreds of thousands of Nevadans with Jacky Rosen's record of consistently protecting Nevadans' health care? Challenge accepted,” Kazin said in a statement.
Let’s keep up the momentum and make sure the Blue Wave hits Nevada hard. Click below to donate and get involved with Rosen and her fellow Nevada Democrats campaigns: