Steven Horsford is a proven champion for Nevada’s working families. He made history as Nevada’s first African-American state Senate majority leader, and he delivered. He took on big polluters to pass the "Clean Energy Jobs Initiative" and make Nevada a leader in renewable energy. When Nevada’s economy was devastated during the recession, Steven worked across party lines to solve the worst budget crisis in state history. Steven understands the challenges many families in Nevada’s 4th face each and every day. He will fight for responsible gun control and background checks, because he lost his father when he was 19 and empathizes with those who have experienced the pain of losing a loved one to gun violence. Now, Steven runs his own small business, learning firsthand the challenges small-business owners face. Steven continues to focus on creating job training opportunities for workers and underserved communities. A devoted family man, Steven has built a strong family with his wife, Sonya Horsford, and their three children.
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