As early vote comes to a close tonight in Nevada, Congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Jacky Rosen rallied supporters at First Friday in Las Vegas with a GOTV Rally to Protect Our Health Care. She was joined by Jimmy Kimmel, Brandon Flowers, Andra Day, DJ Exile, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris, and Clark County Commission Chair and gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak.
Kimmel reminded the crowd what’s at stake in this election and urged voters to get to the polls on Tuesday, November 6 to vote for a Senator who will increase access to quality, affordable health care in our state - not take it away and lie about it. Kimmel highlighted Jacky’s work across party lines in the House, including her efforts to improve STEM education, support veterans and military families, and help Nevadans with pre-existing conditions or high prescription drug costs.
“At a time where his country is so divided, Jacky Rosen is one of the most bipartisan members of the House,” Jimmy Kimmel said. “She is the rare politician who is committed to actually solving problems. As your Senator, Jacky Rosen will fight for affordable health care for all, which is so important. Dean Heller is a pre-existing condition that Nevada can no longer afford.”
“Jacky has shown us that she’s the kind of leader we can trust to always put Nevada first and be a champion for all Nevadans,” said Brandon Flowers. “In just a few days, we’re going to send her on to the Senate, but there’s something that we’ve got to do in order for that to happen - we have to vote. And in a race that’s this tight every single vote counts. We can’t just sit on the sidelines.”
“Jimmy Kimmel and Brandon Flowers are proud of their Nevada roots, they know our state deserves a senator who will put Nevada first, and it was an honor to have them join us in Nevada to help get out the vote,” said Rosen. “When we cast our vote, it’s our opportunity to take a stand, to make our voices heard, and to hold our leaders accountable. There is nothing more precious than your right to vote. There is so much on the line in this election, there is so much at stake in the outcome, and that’s why Nevada voters are heading to the polls help us flip this seat and repeal and replace Dean Heller.”