(Jonathan Galaviz, The Street) As election day quickly approaches, the one frequent phrase we are all hearing more of is: battleground states. These states, which seem to have the same kind of questionable loyalty to political parties that a Tinder date has to a new match, will decide the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
The Senate’s leading Democrat, Harry Reid, is from Nevada. The states largest GOP donor, Sheldon Adelson, is from Nevada. The co-Chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates, Frank Fahrenkopf, is from Nevada. The last presidential debate will be held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV).