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The economy has taken a substantial hit since this administration has taken office. Our fuel costs, our food costs have skyrocketed, The cost of fuel is not just a number on the gas pump; it has far-reaching implications for our daily lives, our businesses, and the overall health of our nation’s economy. Rising fuel prices have a cascading effect throughout our society. They increase the cost of transportation, impacting the daily commute, the movement of goods, and the viability of small businesses. As fuel costs rise, so do the prices of consumer goods, exacerbating the financial burden on hardworking individuals and families who are already facing economic challenges.

I will do the following to help bring our economy back:

  1. Stop outrageous government spending by balancing the budget and reducing deficit spending. This will eliminate the need for excessive money printing and curb inflation.
  2. Help businesses by removing unnecessary regulations, reform the permit process. We must incentivize small business to help bolster the economy.
  3. Fight for more fiscally responsible policies that will support a stable and independent monetary system.
  4. Fight to make American energy independent once again. We must support responsible development of our natural gas energy sources, Although renewable energy is important for our future, traditional energy sources are vital at this time for us to keep our economy afloat.
    It is important to emphasize that we must approach this issue with a balanced perspective. While we strive for affordable fuel, we must also remain mindful of our environmental responsibilities. We can pursue clean energy solutions without sacrificing the affordability and accessibility of fuel for everyday Americans.
  5. We desperately need to expand our energy infrastructure, upgrading our storage systems, our transmission lines throughout the country. But we cannot be in a rush to fail. Our infrastructure must be improved to accommodate a more “green” energy policy. We are not there yet.
  1. Stop the red tape that prohibits the permit and regulatory process. This has impeded our energy sources to further develop our supplies.
  1. There are ways to encourage energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption by supporting policies that give tax incentives for energy upgrades in homes, businesses and public transportation.
  1. We must invest in domestic manufacturing and diversify our supply base. This will help resolve the supply chain issues that we are currently experiencing.
  2. We need to invest in education and vocational training to ready our population for future jobs which will contribute to economic growth.

I pledge to be a tireless advocate for a strong economy and affordable fuel and food prices. I will work diligently to promote policies that foster competition, innovation, and responsible energy practices.

I will champion the interests of hardworking individuals and families who bear the brunt of rising fuel and food costs. Together, we can forge a path towards economic stability, energy independence, and a brighter future for all.


Nevada was the least compensated state by the federal government, only receiving $5,469 per resident, while the federal government owns 85% of the land in Nevada! I will fight to bring more funds into Nevada.

Now that Roe vs Wade has been overturned, the burden of the Abortion issue falls on the States, an issue that evokes strong emotions and deeply held beliefs.

My position is certainly not that of my opponent, Dina Titus who believes that late term abortion and killing a baby even after birth is okay.

As a practicing Catholic, I hold a steadfast belief in the sanctity of life. However, I also recognize that we must approach this complex issue with compassion, empathy, and a commitment to the well-being of women and families facing difficult circumstances.

I firmly believe that in cases of rape, incest, and when the life of the mother is at risk, abortion can be a necessary option. In addition, I support a woman’s right to choose within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.

The world is changing and we must respect that change. By engaging in thoughtful conversations and finding common ground, we can build a future where every person feels heard, respected, and valued.

However, it is crucial that we focus not only on the issue of abortion but also on comprehensive solutions that address the underlying causes. We must work together to reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies through accessible and affordable contraception, comprehensive sex education, and support systems for young parents.

By addressing these root causes, we can create an environment that promotes life and reduces the need for abortions.

I pledge to be a representative who listens, understands, and advocates for the best interests of all Nevadans.

I will work diligently to promote respectful dialogue and seek common-sense solutions that protect the rights and well-being of women while upholding the sanctity of life.

Although the left keeps preaching about how they are the bastions of women’s rights, they refuse to protect the rights of woman in sports! They are in essence erasing women. Such hypocrisy! I will fight to keep biological men out of women’s sports.

I stand with women!


We must fight for education reform. Our teachers are severely underpaid. Our schools are not safe. Many schools keep eliminating programs that would benefit our students because of inadequate funding.

  1. We need to put money back into our schools, raise teacher’s salaries, get more resource guards, upgrade classrooms and install more safety features.
  2. We need to give teacher’s the tools they need to properly educate, and not allow them to indoctrinate our children.
  3. Parental Rights. Parents have a right to know what their children are being taught. We As parents, we have the fundamental right to make decisions about our children’s education. We understand that every child is unique, with their own set of talents, interests, and needs. It is our responsibility to ensure that they receive the education that aligns with their individuality, values, and aspirations.
  4. School choice is an integral part of empowering parents to make the best decisions for their children. It recognizes that a one-size-fits-all approach to education does not work for every student. We should have the freedom to choose from a variety of educational options, including public, private, charter, or homeschooling, based on what we believe will best meet our child’s needs. By protecting parents’ rights in school choice, we foster an educational environment that encourages innovation, competition, and ultimately, better outcomes for our children.
  5. We need to upgrade our school standards. Schools must be held accountable to make sure our children are achieving reasonable goals of education. Encouraging STEM education will help our future citizens to tackle tomorrow’s challenges.
  6. Equally important is the issue of parental notification when it comes to our children’s health and medical advice. As parents, we are the primary caregivers and decision-makers for our children’s well-being. It is our right to be fully informed and involved in any medical or health-related decisions that may impact our children’s lives.

By protecting parents’ rights in school choice and ensuring parent notification in matters of health and medical advice, we foster a partnership between parents and schools. Collaboration and open communication between parents and educators are essential for the holistic development of our children.

Together, we can create an education system that respects and upholds the rights of parents, supports the unique needs of every child, and strengthens the bond between families and schools. Let us stand united in advocating for the protection of parents’ rights, because when parents are empowered, our children thrive.


To have a free and functioning society, we must have secure borders. There is no country without borders.

Our country, our cities are not equipped to accommodate this influx of migrants. In addition, this massive migration has contributed to the rising crime in our cities. We must bring back safety and security to America.

I want to fight to make sure that we can provide a better life all of my constituents in Nevada’s Congressional District 1.

  1. We need to secure our borders, spend funds to hire more border guards, develop enhanced technology along our borders, have stricter and more reasonable immigration reform. Border security will make our streets safer and help curb much of the crime sprees that we are experiencing today. Gangs freely come across our borders contributing to our fentanyl crises, human trafficking crises and safety issues.
  1. Promote legal immigration pathways to make legal immigration more available to people who want to actually contribute to our country.
  1. We have talked about immigration reform ad nauseum throughout many administrations. However, nothing happens but committees being formed to “study” the problem, czars being appointed that don’t even visit the border.
  1. Strengthen communication between agencies such as Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs enforcement to address the drug trafficking, human trafficking and the flow of gangs, terrorists and criminals into our country through our unsecured borders.
  1. Build a wall. SO many of our leading politicians, celebrities have gated communities, security guards, fences, wall surrounding their properties to protect them from intruders. We need the same protections for our country.
  1. Enforce the law and make more stringent consequences for those people coming into this country that are here to do us harm.
  1. Revisit our previous agreement with Mexico to keep people in that country rather than send massive hoards at one time for

 It’s time to stop talking and get something done. Our country, our cities are being overwhelmed with illegal immigration. Instead of taking care of our homeless, bringing back our economy, we are supporting migrants and kicking veterans out of hotels to accommodate them. We are helping support the cartels who bring fentanyl by the pound into our country, trafficking young kids, bringing gang members and criminals to boldly just walk into our country.

When are we going to realize what is really happening and stop pretending our borders are secure. Our elected officials are destroying our country. Left wing Democrats, pushing their socialist agenda will cripple us.

It’s time we fight back. I will do just that!

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