Business broker / producer
How would you describe yourself to voters?
40 years experience in the areas that the lieutenant governor is responsible for.
What do you see as the top issues in this campaign?
Jobs, cost-of-living, education, tourism.
The role of the Lt. Governor is limited. How would you use the office to serve the state?
I would normally execute duties of lieutenant governor but I would become a spokesman for the people of Nevada and use the office to shed light on issues that need to be addressed state wide.
A chief responsibility of the Lt. Governor is chairing the state tourism board. What steps will you take to diversify Nevada’s economy and spur job growth?
First we have to make small business strong again by increasing tourism. We also need to offer incentives for businesses to move here. Tax, land, infrastructure. We also need to turn the entertainment and enjoyment facets of Nevada into perks for the people who live here through inclusion, discounts etc. We need to increase the education so the people want to move here and educate their children here and businesses want to move here to have an educated populace to employ.
Why are you the best candidate for this position?
The lieutenant governor is president of the senate chairman of the tourism committee on the audit committee homeland security and economic council. I’ve been almost 50 years in those industries including 35 years as a CEO and I’ve set on boards for Provident nonprofit. My 35 years are in the hospitality tourism entertainment in Transportation industries. I am by far the most qualified for the job of this field.