Steven Horsford is far ahead of his Democratic primary opponents in collecting donations as he runs to reclaim his former congressional seat.
The Nevada Independent reports Horsford may be ahead for the primary, but his heavy spending could put him far behind the Republican frontrunner for the general election.
Financial disclosures filed with the Federal Election Commission show Horsford has about one-fourth the cash on hand as Republican former Representative Cresent Hardy.
CD 4 is being vacated by Representative Ruben Kihuen, who announced he would not seek re-election after accusations of sexual harassment were published against him.
If Horsford wins the primary, he’ll likely face a rematch against Hardy, who he lost the seat to in 2014.