Dems sound the alarm — latest poll shows only 1 point separates Brown and Rosen!

a poll released on Monday from the Democratic-aligned  groups Future Majority and Change Research no doubt has Nevada and national Democrats in a panic.

A head-to-head match up between incumbent Democrat Sen. Jacky Rosen and Republican challenger Sam Brown shows Rosen polling under 40% and leading Brown by only 1 point — 39 to 38.

For an incumbent, these numbers are disastrous. For the Sam Brown campaign, the dead heat shows strong upward momentum in a swing-state Senate race that could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.

“It’s obvious that Nevadans are growing increasingly frustrated and disappointed in Jacky Rosen’s poor performance in the U.S. Senate. Too many working class families have been left behind by the Biden-Rosen agenda, and Nevadans are looking to Sam Brown for leadership that will restore liberty and prosperity for all,” said Faith Jones, Campaign Manager for Sam Brown for Nevada.

“Jacky Rosen is in the race of her life. Nevadans know she is a rubber-stamp for Joe Biden’s disastrous agenda that has raised prices across the state and has left the Southern border wide open,” said NRSC spokeswoman Maggie Abboud.

Sam Brown also attracted national headlines on Monday for breaking a Nevada fundraising record. The campaign’s $1.85m haul outraised all previous U.S. Senate campaign challengers in the Q4 of the election cycle off year, including then-challenger and first term Rep. Jacky Rosen’s $1.57m fundraising total during Q4 of 2017 in her bid against incumbent Sen. Dean Heller.

“Our grassroots campaign is about ending Joe Biden and Jacky Rosen’s American Nightmare, securing our borders, and restoring prosperity. I’m humbled that our movement for change is growing stronger and inspiring people across our state and country to get involved. Ultimately, our victory will come in not just defeating Jacky Rosen and Joe Biden, but in ensuring that the opportunity of the American Dream is restored for every American,” said Sam Brown, Republican U.S. Senate candidate.