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Bradley Beck


Bradley Beck


Disabled Veteran - Retired

Political Office


Political Affiliation


How would you describe yourself to voters?

Regular guy who stands for regular people, not the wealthy and corporations.

What do you see as the top issues in this campaign?

Rent control, living wage, inflation, taxing corporations and Casinos.

On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate Governor Sisolak's handling of the pandemic? Why?

7 - Could have done a better job at communicating to the people what his plans were, along with easing restrictions earlier. Hindsight is 20-20... Overall the things our governor has done aren't all bad, but he just hasn't done enough for regular people who don't own Casinos or Stadiums. That's the problem - where is the help for normal Nevada residents.

As governor, what specific steps will you take to improve education in Nevada?

Make sure each and every school has the resources to operate, along with increasing the salaries of teachers - giving schools incentives to improve grades - expand trade schools and access to trade jobs that are lacking today - give the students a full education - bring back extra-curricular activities. Teach subjects that matter.

In many ways, Nevada’s economy has recovered from the pandemic. However, the state has seen some of the fastest growing home and rent prices in the country, more than 10,000 former casino workers are still out of work and inflation threatens to undermine the state’s working families. As governor, what would you do to protect the economic interest of Nevada’s families?

Rent Control! Build actual affordable housing including condominiums and 3-D printed houses for low income people, along with developing our fast growing rural areas. FORCE Corporations and Industries to pay a living wage - in my eyes $25.00 per hour, while concentrating on outdoor recreation rather than gambling, and partnering with our Native American brothers and sisters to develop our western history for tourism - embrace our western, mining and ghost towns - develop our rural areas with internet and infrastructure.