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Official 2014 Candidate Endorsements – GENERAL

Below are the candidates whom have interviewed with VIPI and have received our 2014 endorsement.

If an elected seat does not have an endorsement, either the VIPI panel voted to not endorse anyone in that race, no candidates chose to interview with VIPI. In that race, or the endorsed candidate did not win the primary.

AD 31 Jill Dickman (775) 771-9579 R

Washoe Co. Commish 2 Terri Thomas D

Washoe Co. Commish 3 Kitty Jung D
775) 219-5472

Washoe Co. Commish 5 Jeanne Herman R
(775) 358-0555
(775) 414-0717- Fax

Washoe Co. Assessor Josh Wilson R
(775) 848-1767

Washoe Co. Clerk Nancy Parent R
(775) 525-1309

Washoe Co. Sheriff Chuck Allen R

Cliff Young District Court 5 Judge
(775) 677-7777
(775) 786-3388- Fax

Doug Rands District Court 6 Judge
(775) 827-6464
(775) 827-6496- Fax

Chuck Weller Family Court 11 Judge
(775) 400-4077

Brett Kandt Reno City Attorney
(775) 232-1896

Charleen Bybee Sparks City Council
(775) 741-8566

The VIPI endorsement process is 100% fair, unbiased, impartial, and non – partisan. It is conducted by 100% volunteer efforts involving people with extremely diverse personal backgrounds and varying political points of view. The VIPI interview panels are always different at every interview, and always random. It is a pure process that reflects the true opinions of every-day Americans.

VIPI welcomes and invites, and accepts requests from, many people to be a panelist during our interview process. You don’t necessarily need to be a veteran to participate, as stated in our bylaws on our website. We encourage the public to come join the process and be heard – so if you can’t get a spot on the panel, you may still participate. VIPI goes to great lengths to afford this opportunity to everyone interested. After the process is over, all decisions are final, with few exceptions.

These interviews offer first hand information about all the candidates who participate, and VIPI provides it free of charge to the public so everyone can make their own informed decision when they vote.


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