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December 17, 2023
Reno, NV – Today, President Donald J. Trump announced new endorsements from conservative Nevada elected officials prior to the start of his Commit to Caucus event in Reno, Nevada.
With 53 days until the Nevada Republican caucus, their support represents continued growth and enthusiasm for President Trump who maintains a dominant lead in the First-in-the-West state. According to a poll conducted last week, 75% of likely caucus-goers plan to support President Trump in the Nevada Republican caucus on Thursday, February 8, 2024.
State Senator Ira Hansen: “The Trump years were the best four years in living memory for the average working-class American like myself. Our country has consistently been ripped off by foreign actors until President Trump was elected and immediately put a stop to it. President Trump introduced fair trade, unleashed American energy, reduced taxes and unemployment, grew our economy, and improved the quality of life for all Americans. With President Trump back in the White House, Nevadans know they once again have a fighter for the Forgotten Man and Woman.”
Assemblywoman Alexis Hansen: “I have seen first-hand in my district how President Trump’s policies and vision for America continues to bring new supporters from all walks of life to join the Republican Party to support him in the caucus. Under four more years of President Trump our border will be secure, businesses will boom, and most importantly we will end communist China’s growing influence in America.”
The latest endorsements include the following legislators and local elected officials:
Lisa Krasner, Senator, SD16
Ira Hansen, Senator, SD13
Alexis Hansen, Assemblywoman, AD32
Ken Gray, Assemblyman, AD39
Maurice Washington, Former State Senator
John Ellison, Former Assemblyman, AD33
Jeanne Herman, Washoe County Commissioner
Jay Carmona, Storey County Commissioner
Wes Rice, Douglas County Commissioner
Tammy Hendrix, Lyon County Commissioner
Scott Keller, Lyon County Commissioner
Tom Hendrix, Lyon County School Board
Mark Kampf, Nye County Clerk
Sheree Stringer, Nye County Assessor
Dee Mounts, Pahrump Library District Board