Clark County, Nev. (March 13, 2020) – Veterans In Politics International, Inc. (VIPI), today announced that it has endorsed three judicial candidates for the upcoming Clark County elections.
VIPI endorses Judge William Kephart for District Court Department 19; Adam Breeden for District Court Department 15; and Yvette Chevalier-Lopez for Family Division Dept. I.
Veterans In Politics International is the only truly transparent political organization in Nevada. VIPI is committed to both transparency and accountability in the endorsement process.
VIPI’s vetting process is open to the public. No questions are given to candidates in advance, no candidates are rubber-stamped, no “backroom deals” are made, and no money exchange changes hands.
The panel members’ identities are not publicly released until the day of the interviews. Most significantly, VIPI does not discourage any candidates from participating in the endorsement process of other groups.
We at VIPI are not deterred by other groups that interview candidates with a fair vetting process open to public scrutiny.
No one is paid to be a part of our process. We do this for love of community. We seek to educate the public on the various candidates and incumbents running for judicial office.
We charge no fees to prospective candidates, we make no promises, and we issue no threats. Our vetting process is 100% above board.
On behalf of VIPI, we wish to say, “Thank you” to all the candidates, panel members, VIPI members, and our sponsors, which include Real Water.
Our moderator for this endorsement process is T. Mathew Phillips, Esq., California civil rights attorney.
We archive all videos of the endorsement interviews on several social media outlets, Facebook YouTube, and our VIPI website.
If you agree with VIPI endorsements, then terrific. If you disagree with our endorsements, we urge you to please educate yourself on the candidates.
VIPI extended invitations to every single judicial candidate who filed for election. We are proud of our vetting process. No other judicial watchdog group comes close.
Please click below to review the interview videos:
Judge William Kephart Clark County Eighth Judicial District ENDORSED by Veterans In Politics
Adam Breeden candidate Clark County District Court Department 15 ENDORSED of Veterans In Politics
Yvette Chevalier-Lopez Clark County Family Court ENDORSED by Veterans In Politics International
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?”