Sam Brown Wins Nevada GOP Senate Nomination with Trump’s Support

U.S. Army veteran Sam Brown secured the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Nevada after defeating a crowded field of 12 opponents and gaining the endorsement of former President Donald Trump. The race was called for Brown just over an hour after the polls closed, with him holding nearly 57% of the vote with 58% of the ballots counted.

His victory sets the stage for a showdown with Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV) in what is considered one of three toss-up Senate races that could determine control of the chamber by the two major parties. 


Brown’s win was preceded by securing Trump’s endorsement following months of seeking the support of the former president. Trump officially endorsed Brown on his social media platform after a Las Vegas rally, praising him as an American patriot with the courage to take on both foreign and domestic enemies.

Brown topped 11 other GOP candidates, including former Trump Ambassador to Iceland Jeff Gunter and former Nevada Assemblyman Jim Marchant. Gunter, who attended Trump’s Las Vegas rally, criticized Trump’s endorsement of Brown, alleging pressure from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and the National Republican Senatorial Committee played a role.

Brown’s nomination is seen as a significant win for conservatives, as he has garnered the support of Trump and the campaign arm of Senate Republicans. His victory signals strong backing from the party’s base and positions him as a formidable challenger to the Democratic incumbent in the upcoming general election.

Written by Staff Reports

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