The Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s IMPAC committee has finalized its endorsements for the State of Nevada’s general elections, which will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
“In this process, the Henderson Chamber IMPAC committee interviewed 78 candidates for 35 offices,” said Rick Smith, IMPAC chairperson.
Smith added that the most important criteria are selecting candidates who reflect a history and political agenda in support of small- to medium-sized businesses, which comprise most of the Chamber’s membership.
“We’re sensitive to taxation structure, to legislation which supports all businesses, to diversification of the economy and broadening and strengthening our education system,” Smith said.
For 2010’s upcoming general elections, the Henderson Chamber of Commerce has endorsed:
- Governor – Brian Sandoval – R
- Lt. Governor – Brian Krolicki – R
- Secretary of State – Ross Miller – D
- State Treasurer – Steven Martin – R
- State Controller Kim Wallin – D
- Senate District 5 – Michael Roberson – R
- Senate District 7 – Mark Manendo – D
- Senate District 8 – Barbara Cegavske – R
- Senate District 12 – Joseph Hardy – R
- Assembly District 1 – Marilyn Kirkpatrick – D
- Assembly District 16 – John Oceguera – D
- Assembly District 18 – Ken Walther – R
- Assembly District 20 – Cresent Hardy – R
- Assembly District 21 – Ellen Spiegel – D
- Assembly District 22 – Lynn Stewart – R
- Assembly District 29 – Dan Hill – R
- Assembly District 37 – Marcus Conklin – D
- County Commissioner District G – Douglas Bell – R
- Clark County District Attorney – David Roger – R
- Clark County Assessor – Gerrit Hale – R
- District Court Judge Dept 26 -Gloria Sturman
- District Court Judge Dept 27 – Nancy Allf
- District Court Judge Dept 28 – Jack Howard
- District Court Judge Dept 29 – Susan Scann
- District Court Judge Dept 30 – Michael Davidson
- District Court Judge Dept 31 – Phil Dabney and/or Joanna Kishner
- District Court Judge Dept 32 – Rob Bare
- Regent State University District 3 – Kevin Page
- Regent State University District 7 – Mark Doubrava
- Regent State University District 12 – Andrea Anderson
- Regent State University District 13 – James Leavitt
- Trustee Clark County School District D – Lorraine Alderman
- Trustee Clark County School District G – Erin Cranor
IMPAC serves as a comprehensive, non-partisan political committee that contributes to the creation of a favorable business climate in Henderson as it relates to issues at the state and local level.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce provides businesses with marketing and networking opportunities, support resources, and legislative representation. The Chamber encourages job creation for Henderson and Nevada, opposes new taxes on employers that is not equally distributed and determined to be absolutely necessary, and supports an education system that produces a qualified workforce in a cost efficient manner.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit voluntary organization committed to promoting and supporting member businesses.
For more information, call 702-565-8951 or visit www.hendersonchamber.com.