Rosen spent the day touring the Culinary Health Center, accepting the endorsement of the Nevada Alliance for Retired Americans, and kicking off canvass launches with the NV Dems and Culinary Workers Union
Nevada Congresswoman and candidate for U.S. Senate Jacky Rosen campaigned across Las Vegas today and talked about the issues that matter most to Nevadans, like health care and retirement security, ahead of President Trump’s visit to Nevada to campaign and fundraise for Republican Sen. Dean Heller.
Jacky started the day touring the Culinary Health Center, a one-stop medical facility in East Las Vegas that opened last year to serve Culinary Workers Union Local 226 members. Following the tour, she highlighted the importance of access to quality, affordable health care for Nevadans and heard about the need to protect and fix the Affordable Care Act (ACA) instead of pushing reckless plans to repeal the law.
At the Southern Nevada Teamster Local 631 union hall, the Nevada Alliance for Retired Americans announced their endorsement for Jacky, citing her belief in providing more affordable health care for older Americans, stronger retirement and pension security, and quality long-term care. The Nevada Alliance for Retired Americans represents more than 18,000 members statewide.
“Jacky Rosen’s positions and record on retiree issues demonstrate a strong commitment to improving the quality of life for older Americans,” said Thomas Bird, President of the Nevada Alliance for Retired Americans. “Her leadership on preserving and protecting Social Security and Medicare from benefit cuts will help ensure these programs will be around for current and future generations.”
Jacky visited the Nevada State Democratic Party’s South Summerlin Field Office to thank volunteers and organizers before they went out to knock on doors and register voters. Rosen also kicked off a canvass launch at the Culinary Workers Union Local 226 union hall, firing up a room full of union members and organizers working tirelessly to register and mobilize voters for the November election.