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Laughlin Town Advisory Board - Gina M. Mackey - Nonpartisan office

Name: Gina M. Mackey

Office: Laughlin Town Advisory Board

Party affiliation: Nonpartisan office

Biography provided by candidate: 

Gina grew up in the country in Texas and relocated to California when she was a pre-teen.  Gina successfully raised two children in Southern California where she worked full time as the Manager of Market Research for Warner Bros. for a decade.  Her analytical skills along with marketing, and sales has helped her career along the way.

Gina moved to Laughlin, NV in May of 2015 and is successfully working as a realtor at a local brokerage in town. 

Gina’s interest in the community has led her to work with the LEDC and was active on the Communications Committee. Gina’s interest has also lead her to run for the 2016 election of the Town Advisory Board. 

Support comes from

She is active at the Laughlin Community Church, and has what she describes as a passion for the people here in the community township of Laughlin. Where she hopes to help bring services and resources to the townspeople.

“The decisions we make today will impact the lives of thousands of our residents and families for decades to come”

Question 1: What’s the most pressing issue facing your district?

Answer: I think the most pressing issue facing our district at the moment is acquiring resources for it’s Townspeople.  Especially Medical Resources, as the demographics warrants this.  

Question 2: What’s the most important issue facing Overton as a whole?

Answer: The most important issue is acquiring the responsibility of becoming incorporated so that we can gain our independence, and make some of our own decisions pertaining to our community.

(Editor's note: The biography and answers to the questions have not been edited for length or content)

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