A county in rural Nevada is moving towards renaming a road after Trump.
The county commissioners voted 4-1 to make Old Dayton Valley Road, “President Trump Way.”
Trump got 69% of this county’s vote.
A county in rural Nevada took a step toward naming a stretch of road after former President Donald Trump.
Commissioners of Lyon County, Nevada, voted 4-1 on Thursday to rename Old Dayton Valley Road to “Pres. Trump Way.”
“He was a good leader as far as I’m concerned, he supported law enforcement, he supported our military, he supported the rurals,” said Republican Commissioner Ken Gray.
Trump carried 69% of the county’s votes, equating to a 41-point margin, against eventual winner President Joe Biden, according to the Nevada state government’s 2020 election results. Republicans swept the county in the election, beating every Democrat who ran for office.
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