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Andy is seeking the office of Controller of Nevada. He is currently serving as Assemblyman for District 37, a swing district on the far west side of the Valley. Andy previously ran for United States Congress. His “policy” chops were fine tuned at Nevada Policy, a limited government think tank, where he served as president for nearly 4 years. That same group rated him as the 2nd most conservative legislator in the last legislative session. He was named as the “Policy Champion of the Year” by the Americans for Prosperity-Nevada. With his well founded conservative background, what can Andy bring to the office of Controller?
Noah Malgeri is an accomplished patent attorney, engineer, and decorated Iraq War combat veteran. Noah has mastered fundamental rules and principles to guide people to victory in every phase of his career. In 2018, he was recognized with the Vegas Legal Magazine Excellence Award for his work as the Director of Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Pro Bono Project. Today, he’s
the founder and Chief Executive of Mojave
Rail Fabrication, a company designing
and building revolutionary roof racks right here in Southern Nevada based on his own patent-pending technology.
Manny Kess is seeking the Republican nomination for State Treasurer. Manny Kess has been a successful CEO and Investor for two decades and understands the challenges of making payroll, paying vendors on time, and turning a profit. Manny says he’s running for State Treasurer to revive the small business community that has been destroyed by burdensome regulations and will fight to make sure Nevada has a real plan to recover from the current economic shutdown that has plagued the state and destroyed people’s livelihoods in the process. Manny says his goal is to help make Nevada the most business friendly state in the Union. Right now, Manny seems to be running unopposed. Will he be able to avoid a bruising primary? Have your questions ready!
Guy Nohra is a businessman seeking the office of Governor of Nevada. You may have seen his television ads? Guy (“Gee”—he says ask his parents why) is the co-founder of Alta Partners, a leading venture capital firm in life sciences, funding over 150 companies in health care services. He is one of the most successful venture capitalists in Silicon Valley in biotech. Guy has been involved in the funding & development of numerous notable medical technology companies. He has also served on the Board of Directors of many prestigious companies and organizations. Guy holds a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University and a MBA from the University of Chicago, two of the most renowned educational facilities in the country. Guy is no stranger as he’s previously dropped in on our Town Hall Group and joined us for dinner. With his unique and special background, let’s ask Guy why he should be the next Governor of Nevada.
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