Democrats unveiled their most controversial proposal of the legislative session, and boy are they feeling the heat. As I have mentioned throughout the session, there has been a big question on where Democrats would find additional money for our schools. This week, they finally announced … [Read more...] about Carson City Update – May 19, 2019
It has been quite a week up here in Carson City as the Legislature begins its final sprint to sine die. But before I get to everything that is going on in session, I want to touch on what our team pulled off in Las Vegas this week. Joe Biden brought his presidential campaign to Nevada for … [Read more...] about Carson City Update – May 12, 2019
There was big news coming out of Carson City this week. On Wednesday, the Economic Forum, which forecasts how much tax revenue lawmakers will have for the budget, convened and announced they will have just slightly more money than their last report in December. So what does that … [Read more...] about Carson City Update – May 5, 2019
Good morning, It was wonderful to meet so many of you at the Nevada Republican Party’s central committee meeting Carson City this weekend! I hope those that are traveling home today make it home safe. It was inspiring to meet so many excited and energized Republicans that are determined to … [Read more...] about Carson City Update – April 28, 2019
Contact:Keith Schipper, Nevada Republican Partykeith.firstname.lastname@example.org Who is Aaron Ford really working? LAS VEGAS – Attorney General Aaron Ford’s pals are cashing in. The AG’s office announced today it would be contracting with Ford’s former employer, Eglet Prince, in a … [Read more...] about Who is Aaron Ford really working for?
Democrats were busy in Carson City this week. After lollygagging all session long, Democrats finally starting pushing their bad bills through committees at a breakneck pace. Here’s some of what they passed:Allowing same day voter registrationMaking Nevada a Sanctuary State Allocating Nevada’s … [Read more...] about Carson City Update – April 14, 2019