NEVADA PRIMARY: Horsford wins Democratic primary in 4th District; will face Cresent Hardy

Rep. Steven Horsford
Rep. Steven Horsford
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Updated: 6/11/2014 1:47 am

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford has defeated two Democratic challengers in a primary election victory for the 4th Congressional District. 

The state's first black U.S. representative topped two little-known Democrats in the sprawling district that includes urban North Las Vegas, as well as vast stretches of rural Nevada.

The well-funded Democratic incumbent will face establishment-backed Cresent Hardy in November. Hardy defeated tea party strategist Niger Innis and two other candidates. 

Hardy is a two-term state assemblyman from Mesquite and a fifth-generation Nevadan.

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