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Steve Sisolak

For Governor

Steve Sisolak was born into a midwest working-class family. His parents Ed and Mary worked hard to provide for their three children and Steve inherited their blue-collar ethic, working full-time to put himself through college at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Steve then moved to Nevada, put down roots in Las Vegas, built his own communications business while raising his two daughters on his own as a single father.

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Catherine Cortez Masto

For Senate

Catherine Cortez Masto was born and raised in Las Vegas and has dedicated her life to fighting for and protecting Nevadans. After serving two terms as Nevada’s Attorney General and chief law enforcement officer, Catherine made history as the first woman from Nevada and the first Latina ever elected to the Senate. Her dad’s family was from Mexico and her mom’s was from Italy, and the family has continued to grow since her grandparents brought their young families to Las Vegas. Catherine’s grandfather served our country in WWII, and her dad followed in his footsteps and joined the Army.

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Susie Lee

For US Congress

Susie Lee was born to a working class family in Canton, Ohio. She learned the values of hard work and stretching a dollar, starting with a paper route at the age of eight. Her father was a military veteran who worked at a steel plant, while her mother stayed at home to care for the family of 8 kids.

After graduating from public schools, Susie worked her way through Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh with a combination of scholarships, loans and part-time jobs.

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Mark Robertson

Republican Party is running for election to the U.S. House to represent Nevada’s 1st Congressional District.

Mark Robertson was born in Orange, California. He served in the U.S. Army from 1976 to 2019. Robertson earned a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 1984 and a graduate degree from City University of Seattle in 1997. His career experience includes working as Assistant Professor of Military Science at UNLV, as a business owner, and as a substitute teacher in the Clark County School District.

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Cisco Aguilar

For Nevada Secretary of State

Cisco Aguilar is the founding Chairman of Cristo Rey St. Viator Board of Trustees, Of Counsel at De Castroverde Law Group and Founder and Chairman of Blueprint Sports, LLC, a sports technology company providing parity and equity in business opportunities for athletes. He formerly served as General Counsel for Agassi Graf, the management company for Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf, and the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education. Prior to Agassi Graf, Cisco served as Special Counsel to the Chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, and as a lawyer for the parent company of the Las Vegas NBC affiliate, KSNV Channel 3 and 16 other NBC affiliates. 

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Marco Hernández

For Clark County Commission, District E

Marco Hernandez is a proud American immigrant, family man, hard worker and neighbor who wants to ensure that Clark County is a fair and quality place for all people to call home.

Marco Hernandez has a unique perspective on the needs of our community, because he has lived in District E since he was fifteen. His children attend the Clark County school district, his father is a senior living in District E and over the years, Marco has participated in community events, volunteered for youth activities & sports, and has also organized and participated in neighborhood cleanups.

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Jim Marchant

For Nevada Secretary of State

Jim Marchant has been a leader and innovator in the computer software, Internet, and telecommunication industries beginning in 1984. He has founded and served as CEO and President of numerous technology companies.

On June 14th, 2022 Jim won the Republican Primary race for Secretary of State for Nevada. Despite over $2.5 million in attack ads against him, Jim overcame six other opponents winning almost 40% of the vote and winning by more than 38,000 votes.

Jim is prepared for his biggest challenge yet, to defeat a Democrat Harry Reid protege candidate in the upcoming general election on November 8th, 2022.

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Brenda Zamora

For School Board Trustee, Section D

I was born in California, but have called Las Vegas home for 13 years. I come from a family of organizers who have worked on various political and issue campaigns.

As a mother of three girls, I understand the daily struggles many mothers face. Layered into my life is the reality that my oldest daughter faces challenges with an IEP, and vision impairment. These struggles have given me a greater sense of purpose and determination to build a bridge between families and the district so OUR children can reach their full potential. I have been active with my children’s School Organizing Team (SOT) for the past 4 years. 

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Edgar Flores

For State Senate, District 2

My family’s story echoes in similarity all across Nevada, but especially in Assembly District 28. Before I was born my parents tired of feeling lost and trapped packed as many memories as they could carry on their backs and started a new life in the United States.  They arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada with no money and without knowing a single word of English.  Today my parents’ hands have tattooed blisters that tell a story of sacrifice and hard work.  In attempt to repay them for everything they have done for me I made my way through the Clark County education system, obtained my bachelors degree in English from UNLV, and afterwards my Juris Doctorate degree from William S. Boyd School of Law.  Education was my salvation and today it lays the foundation for my future.  The struggles presented to my family as I was growing up, today provide me a unique lens that will never allow for me to forget how much there is to fight for here.  I was born and raised in this beautiful city and I am ready to work tirelessly for it. 

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Bill González

For Justice of Peace Department 6, Las Vegas

Bill Gonzalez and Ana Maria, his wife of 35 years, have four wonderful children: Joseph (34), William (32), Andrea (26) and Priscilla (22) and two granddaughters. All their children are bilingual and speak Spanish. They have made Southern Nevada “their home” since 1997.

Bill has been practicing law in Nevada since 1997. Bill was appointed to the Family Court Bench by Governor Gibbons and served from 2009 to 2014. As a Judge, he oversaw 10,000 cases and presided over 425 trials. Bill assisted families in our community in reaching fair and equitable resolutions.

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