A spokesman says U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy of Nevada is out of the hospital and plans to resume his political activities after having a heart attack.
Congressional spokesman Larry Farnsworth said Monday that the freshman Republican underwent a routine medical procedure.
Campaign manager Ross Hemminger said Tuesday that Hardy was out of the hospital and planned to attend a public event in the afternoon.
The 59-year-old Hardy is running for re-election in Nevada's 4th Congressional District, which leans Democratic and includes North Las Vegas and rural central Nevada.
His opponent is Democratic state Sen. Ruben Kihuen, who has support from Sen. Harry Reid and Las Vegas' powerful Culinary Union.
Hardy is a former Nevada Assembly member and previously worked in the construction industry.