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Brandon Davis


Brandon Davis


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How would you describe yourself to voters?

I’m the candidate that will be the voice for the “politically homeless”, the independents, and those who are sick of the two-party partisan politics. I’m the candidate who will be the voice for choice, liberty, and rights while fighting against cronyism and special interest groups. I’m the candidate who will fight for real solutions to the problems many Nevadans are facing and won’t back down in our campaign to get there.

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

Education, Economy, Jobs, and Housing

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

1. The shutdowns/lockdowns caused more harm than good, data shows us. Governor Sisolak has abused the emergency powers supposedly granted to him by NRS 414.

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

Work to fund students instead of systems. Work to advance more educational options and choice for parents across the state. Work to break down large school districts like CCSD into smaller districts to enhance accountability, reduce class sizes, and enhance focus on individual students.

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?

First, government was the main cause of the economic decline in Nevada by closing businesses. We need to remove the barriers that businesses face and allow them to operate to keep our economy strong. We need to reduce the financial burden on businesses that keep them growing and hiring. We need to reduce zoning and planning regulations that keep new housing options from being created. More competition drives prices down. Less government spending and more revenue back in Nevadans’ pockets is the way we protect the economic interests of Nevada’s families in a meaningful way.