Failures of “Bidenomics:” As Biden Campaigns, Nevada Faces High Inflation

Feb 4, 2024 by AFP

LAS VEGAS, NV – While President Joe Biden campaigns today in Las Vegas, Nevadans are facing the harsh reality of his “Bidenomics” agenda.


In just three years, energy prices are up more than 32%, with the average household paying an extra $11,400 each year just to maintain the same quality of life. In Nevada, a state with one of the highest inflation rates in the nation, the average household is paying an extra $12,859 per year.


As the president’s failed “Bidenomics” agenda continues to wreak havoc on the American economy, Senator Jacky Rosen has stood by her party boss every step of the way, voting with Biden 93% of the time.


Americans for Prosperity-Nevada State Director Ronnie Najarro released the following statement: 


“Campaigning on ‘Bidenomics’ is not going to win the president any support in Nevada, where inflation is topping 19.8% – the highest in the nation. 


“When AFP is out knocking on doors throughout the community, we hear that voters are concerned with the cost of energy bills, groceries or fuel. Ultimately, the American Dream is becoming increasingly more difficult to achieve – and this administration and Jacky Rosen have pushed policies that have only caused prices to rise and wages to stagnate.


“Biden’s message today rings hollow as countless Nevadans – and Americans – struggle to make ends meet. Nevada simply can’t afford more economic uncertainty fueled by the Biden-Rosen agenda.”