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November 5, 2018
05 Nov 2018

Political Update – November 5, 2018

 

‘Steve Sisolak Cannot Be Trusted’ 

A Letter From Fmr. Democrat County Commissioner Tom Collins to Fmr. Governor Bob List

October 31, 2018

Friend,

I’m a Democrat. I was elected to serve on the Clark County Commission as a Democrat, and so was Steve Sisolak. I will never vote for Steve Sisolak. I think he is a crook.

Adam and I don’t agree on every little political issue, but I trust him. I know he’s a good man. I know he cares about the people of Nevada, and he’ll always put them first. And I know, without a doubt, his opponent Steve Sisolak only cares about himself.

I worked with Steve. I saw him in action. His top priorities were always himself, his wallet, and his donors. If you want to keep Nevada from going completely crooked, vote against Steve Sisolak.

I know there are a lot of Democrats out there like myself—people who care about the little guy and want to see our government get things done. You might feel like you have to vote for the guy with the “D” by his name. I’m proud to be a Democrat, and I’m telling you right now: this election is about more than politics. It’s about character. Steve Sisolak does not have the character to be governor.

A vote for Steve Sisolak isn’t a vote to stand up to Donald Trump or any of the other nonsense he’s using to trick people. It’s a vote to stroke his ego and fill his pockets with more cash, plain and simple.

Adam is a common-sense guy. He wants to fix our schools, keep our economy rolling, and keep people safe. Steve Sisolak only looks out for himself, and I promise if you vote for him he will make you regret it.

I’m a Democrat, I worked with Sisolak, and I voted for Adam Laxalt. If you’re a Democrat, Republican, Independent, or anything else: we need you to vote, and we need you to vote for Adam Laxalt. This election is too important. Steve Sisolak cannot be trusted.

For Nevada,

Tom Collins
Former Democratic Clark County Commissioner

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“Sisolak’s top priorities were always himself, his wallet, and his donors. If you want to keep Nevada from going completely crooked, vote against Steve Sisolak.”

Tom Collins

October 31, 2018

Nevada’s Government Pay Gap Highest in Nation, new data says

Robert Fellner

Nevada Research Institute

October 31, 2018

When measured as a percentage of private-sector earnings, Nevada local government workers were by far the highest paid in the nation last year, according to newly released Census data.

Last month, the U.S. Census Bureau released 2017 earnings estimates for the median full-time, year-round worker.

At $58,644, the median earnings for local government workers in Nevada were 46 percent greater than the $40,259 received by Nevada’s private-sector workers — a disparity that was by far the largest nationwide and nearly six times greater than the eight percent differential found at the median state nationwide.

 

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