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Mary Perry Candidate for 1st Congressional District in Nevada

By   /  November 4, 2016  /  Politics  /  No Comments

Mary Perry is seeking election for the 1st Congressional District in Nevada. She is a Republican who has an extensive experience as a lawyer. Her experience qualifies her for Congress as she has years of building multitasking skills. Even though Perry is a GOP candidate, she is moderate in her thinking. She will represent all […]

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Jason Frierson Is a Pro-Life Assembly District 8 Candidate

By   /  November 3, 2016  /  Headlines, U.S. News  /  No Comments

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Jason Frierson is an African-American Democrat seeking re-election to Assembly District 8 (AD8) in November 2016. While he is not the incumbent this election, he was the assemblyman for the district during the 77th Nevada State Legislature; in 2013. His opponents are Republican Norm Ross and Democrat-turned-Libertarian John Moore, who is the current person representing the […]

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Republican Legislator John Moore Seeks Re-Election as Libertarian

By   /  November 3, 2016  /  Headlines, U.S. News  /  No Comments

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John Moore has an interesting political background. Currently, he is serving Assembly District 8 (AD8) as a Republican and has changed parties to seek re-election as a Libertarian for the November 8, 2016, legislative election. Moreover, before he was a right-wing politician, he ran for office as Democrat. One could certainly question where this candidate’s allegiances […]

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Norm Ross Legislative Candidate Speaks Off the Cuff About Issues

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During a phone conversation, Norm Ross spoke about the issues facing Nevada. He exhibited the ability to forward his intent with grace and intelligence. The candidate seeking election for the Assembly District 8 (AD8) seat. Ross discussed his passion for the people of Nevada and the state’s need for change. Immigration, Refugees, and Non-English Speaking Students […]

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