On Tuesday, Nevada Congresswoman and candidate for U.S. Senate Jacky Rosen met with Nevadans in Winnemucca, Lovelock, and Fernley to hear about issues like improving access to broadband in rural communities, tackling the opioid crisis, reducing prescription drug costs, supporting local small businesses, and rebuilding our infrastructure.
Jacky started the day in Winnemucca visiting with voters at the Senior Citizens of Humboldt, met with supporters in Lovelock at a local cafe, and ended the day by attending the Fernley Democratic Club’s meeting at the Fernley Library with local leaders and candidates. She also toured the Truckee Canal in Fernley to learn about local water issues.
“It’s so important that Nevadans across our state have a voice representing them and putting their concerns first in the U.S. Senate, and I was grateful to hear so many stories in these communities,” said Rosen. “When it comes to tackling problems like the devastating opioid epidemic and our crumbling infrastructure, these shouldn’t be partisan issues and I will always take these stories to heart to be an even stronger advocate for Nevada’s hardworking families.”