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Bob Beers is seeking to represent Ward 4 on the Las Vegas City Council. As a City Councilman Bob Beers represented Ward 2 (south of Lake Mead Drive) from 2011 to 2015. In 2014, the Badlands Golf Course failed. It had been built on land zoned residential that could always be developed. The law says zoning has value, and that for a city council to take away zoning rights already granted is a “taking” subject to emminent domain – that is, government cannot take away people’s things without fairly compensating them for it.
Yet that’s just what a wealthy group of homeowners who lived next to the Badlands Golf Course demanded. Councilman Beers held the line for taxpayers against carrot and stick, until the homeowners spent an obscene amount of money and removed Beers at the next election. The Nevada Supreme Court since ruled Beers had been right all along. The Las Vegas Review Journal opined “Had the city listened to Mr. Beers, it wouldn’t be in this mess” on October 2, 2021.
Councilman Beers and his wife moved to Sun City Summerlin in 2018, from Ward 2 into Ward 4. There, longtime Councilman Stavros Anthony is term-limited from running again. Late in 2021, it become more certain that Beers would remain in Ward 4 after the City Council redraws district boundaries, and Beers decided to run for the vacant Ward 4 office.
Bob Beers is a Las Vegas CPA who has the private and public sector experience to keep the City of Las Vegas focused on the quality of life we enjoy in Council Ward 4. As a UNLV business graduate and 30-year Certified Public Accountant, Beers has started and sold two consulting businesses who provided IT and assurance services. As a near-lifelong Las Vegas citizen, he served in the Nevada Legislature (1999-2008) and Las Vegas City Council (2011-2016) with honor, respect and distinction.
Danielle “Pieper” Chio. “Pieper” to her friends, is seeking the office of Las Vegas Justice Court. She was born & raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her volunteer work in high school inspired her to go to law school and to become an advocate for victims of violent crime. She graduated for McGovern School of Law in 2003. That year she began her career as a prosecutor for the City of Las Vegas. In 2005, she started to work in the Clark Country District Attorney’s office. In 2009, she began working in the Special Victim’s Unit. In 2012, she was promoted to the position of Team Chief of the Gang Unit, prosecuting violent offenders. Pieper has over 50 felony jury trials and brought justice to hundreds of victims. She believe in alternatives to incarceration and has worked with Hope for Prisoners. She has extensive leadership training and is a proud wife and stepmother. Pieper has numerous law enforcement endorsements.
Why should we place Pieper on the Las Vegas Justice Court? Why should the incumbent judge be replaced? Why do so many law enforcement groups endorse her? What plan does Pieper have to successfully be elected. Bring your questions and ask h
Mitchell Tracy is seeking the office of Clark County Treasurer. Mitchell is well known in the Clark County Conservative community. Mitchell calls himself a Regan Conservative Republican. He believes in America First and following the Constitution with limited government. He has a college degree in Business Management and extensive business experience. Mitchell has 22 years of accounting experience dealing with billions of dollars in insurance claims. He is a business owner.
Mitchell served in the US Army Reserve, Army National Guard and Air Force Reserve (with a top secret clearance). He also served as a jr. high & high school basketball coach. Mitchell has endorsements from a wide swatch of the community. He plans to bring changes to the Treasurer’s office including improving morale, updating office technology, establishing a real time transparency program, and establishing a “profit sharing” program for the property owners in Clark County. Mitchell claims he’s not indebted to any special interest group.
Mitchell claims his opponent is a Democrat Socialist. How will Mitchell defeat the Democrat Socialist in General Election? What tools will he bring to stop the leftist from controlling Clark County government. Let’s ask Mitchell and hear what he has to say.
Marcos Lopez serves as the Outreach & Coalitions Director for Nevada Policy Research Institute, which includes government affairs and Hispanic outreach. For over a decade, Marcos has fought to advance free-market principles, limited government, and secure individual rights through electioneering, lobbying, and grassroots mobilization at all levels of government across nine states and Washington D.C. His employment included a stint with the Americans for Prosperity organization.
Originally from Miami, Marcos moved to Nevada in 2015 and has lived in Reno and Las Vegas, where he currently resides. His main areas of focus include economic opportunity, criminal justice reform, and school choice. Marcos’ work and efforts have been recognized and featured in The New York Times, The Las Vegas Review Journal, The Nevada Independent, This is Reno, and The Nevada Current.
Marcos will bring us his unique perspective on the current state of public policy decisions in Nevada. He might tell us a bit about the upcoming NPRI annual dinner. Bring your questions.
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