“Endorsement Interviews for the following Nevada State Assembly District 21, 23, 29, 34, 35, 37, 42, County Commission District’s E, F, and G.
Clark County, Nevada (April 22, 2018) – – – Veterans In Politics International, Inc. (VIPI), today announced that it has endorsed seven Candidates in the following elected seats Nevada State Assembly District 21, 23, 29, 35, 37, County Commission District’s F, and G.
No endorsements were made for State Assembly District’s 22, 34, 41, 42, County Commission District E
The process was open to the public, live streamed on social media, taped, unedited no questions are known until they are asked, no candidates are rubber stamped, no “back room deals, no financial gain, the panel members’ identities are not publicly released until the day of the interviews, all candidates were invited to attend, we do not discourage any candidates from participating in other groups endorsement process.
We are not intimidated by any other group that interviews candidates and have a fair process.
No one is paid to be a part of this process; we do it for love of community in an effort to educate the public on the candidates running for office.
We do not charge or make any promises to candidates for attendance to our process.
Thank you to all the candidates, panel members, VIPI members, and our sponsors.
Ron “Q” for Clark County Treasurer, Michael Broadway Real-estate, Real Water, Lakeside Business Suites and many more.
On Saturday April 21, 2018 Mack Miller candidate for Nevada State Assembly District 5 moderated this endorsement process a non-voting member.
The interview panel members included Robert Foust US Army/VIP Member, Lena Ocasio US Air force/VIP Radio Host, Troy Warren VIPI Member, Leo Bletnitsky US Coast Guard, Steve Sanson Jr. US Army, and Michael McDonald VIPI Legislative Council.
The Invocation was given by George Chehade VIPI Member.
The Veterans In Politics International has video recorded their interviews for the primary and general election of all the candidates that made time and effort to be interviewed by our group.
The candidates that attended are willing to meet the challenge of an interview in a bipartisan effort to reach out to the veteran community and the community as a whole.
We hope that these interviews will be helpful in the Primary and General Election by placing people in office that are able to apply the US Constitution, acknowledge that we need Judicial Reform, knowledgeable, ethical, experienced, write laws that will benefit all people, able to put childish differences aside and do what’s best for their constituents, put others before themselves, take the oath of office seriously, apply the true meaning of “public servant” and have a vision on resolving the problems that are facing our country and state.
Please watch the videos that are broken down into categories for your convenience (click onto the link or copy and paste to view each interview of the links provided).
Candidates that were in attendance and willing to participate in an open forum:
State Assembly, District 29
Stephen M. Silberkraus-Endorsed
State Assembly, District 23
State Assembly, District 21
State Assembly, District 34
Anthony A. Laurie
Janice E. Wesen
State Assembly, District 35
State Assembly, District 37
Robbie Lucille Pearce
State Assembly, District 42
Clark County, Commissioner District E
Clark County, Commissioner District F
Mitchell T. Tracy-Endorsed
Clark County, Commissioner District G
Interview panel members are screened volunteers who are strictly prohibited from receiving any consideration or advice from prospective political candidates seeking an endorsement from VIPI or their opponents. Each panel member signed a “Confidentiality Agreement” and at no time can they disclose any discussions that took place during the time of voting.
Veterans In Politics International, Inc. established in 1992:
Mission: To educate, organize, and awaken our veterans and their families to select, support and intelligently vote for those candidates whom would help create a better world, to protect ourselves from our own government(s) in a culture of corruption, and to be the political voice for those in other groups who do not have one.
(VIPI) Veterans In Politics International
“Some candidates only get involved in the community when they need your vote. They make no time outside of this, tending to their personal lives and ignoring the concerns and needs of the Community until they stand to gain from listening. Some incumbents lose the true meaning of a “Public Servant,” becoming self-involved, and corrupt with their newly found power and money. They lie to the face of their voters, going directly against your will, feeding you with rhetoric aimed to confuse you. Can you imagine what is done behind your back?”
Veterans In Politics International
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