LAS VEGAS ( Associated Press) – Five of the five leading Republicans in Las Vegas on Wednesday voted for Nevada’s ruling candidates in the state’s tourism-dependent economy, increasing crime and fighting schools – and asked for a vision to fix them.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardon has been blamed for a series of high-profile scandals.
Renaissance Venture Capitalist Guy Nohra applauded a crowd of 100 at a Republican Women’s Club lunch: “We want a good, well-governed, state in the country.
“But we don’t. “We are 50th in everything,” said Nora.
The event was attended by North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee;
The tone of the room was calm, there were calls for action, and Lombardo was not among the top 20 Republicans in June to run against incumbent Democrat Steve Sissola in November.
After sitting on an empty chair next to the speaker’s chair, Lee recalls Joe’s self-deprecating speech: But it is not Lombardo and it is not Sicholak.
In a statement, the Lombarddo campaign spokesman described the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department as “one of the most influential elected officials in Nevada.” Elizabeth Ray Lombardo, a spokeswoman for the group, said she had participated in previous nominations and was planning to attend.
“Voters know Joe has trusted leadership and experience, and that can be seen in our fundraising numbers,” she said.
According to campaign reports submitted to the Nevada Department of State last week, Lombardor raised more than $ 825,000 in the first three months of 2022 and spent $ 522,000 before the first phase of June 14, to $ 3 million.
Sicholac, on the other hand, raised $ 1.6 million from January to March, spending $ 265,000 and spending more than $ 9.5 million. The only subsidy is the Democratic primary, a former North Las Vegas City Council member and Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins who lent his campaign $ 4,200 and raised nearly $ 6,900 on March 31.
Simon, one of the Republicans, is running his own fund-raising campaign. Calling himself a constitutional conservative, he reported contributing all but $ 10,000 of the $ 1.3 million he received during the January-March reporting period. It cost $ 66,000 and reportedly cost about $ 1.25 million.
“I’m not the owner,” Simon told the GOP women’s group.
Nohra reported raising $ 528,000 and spending close to $ 413,000, ending the reporting period with $ 700,000 in cash.
On the day of the January 6, 2020 raid, Gilbert Reno, a lawyer based outside the US Capitol, was parked on the platform of Lawry The Prime Rib Restaurant. He cited allegations made by Nevada against the coronavirus mask order and COVID-19 treatment of malaria patients.
He applauded his promise to “investigate this addict,” and promised to eliminate “transgender social indoctrination in schools.”
Gilbert called on the Republican governor of Florida, saying he was “looking at West Ron Desantinus,” and signed a law banning classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten through third grade. Florida’s “Do Not Gay” law has sparked a cultural war.
A.D. Heller, who lost his seat in the U.S. Senate in 2018 to Democrat Jackie Rosen, previously served as Nevada Secretary of State and in the Nevada State Legislature and the U.S. House of Representatives.
He told the forum he had a “wonderful flight” from Reno to Las Vegas because he did not need to wear a mask for the first time in two years. He noted that Trump’s Florida federal judge, who violated the country’s federal mask ban on public transportation, was approved as a senator.
Heller reported spending $ 155,000 during the reporting period from January to March, spending $ 179,000 and spending just over $ 241,000.