LAS VEGAS (AP) — President Donald Trump won’t be on the ballot in November, but he is shaping up to be at the center of two important campaigns in Nevada as Democrats hope to reclaim the governor’s mansion for the first time in 20 years and Republicans work to keep a U.S. Senate seat.

With primary races settled in the battleground state Tuesday, Democrats are betting an anti-Trump backlash will carry them to victory in November and are portraying GOP nominees as boosters of Trump, not Nevada — a state Hillary Clinton won in 2016.

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