The State of Nevada 82nd Legislative Session has begun. What Republican Legislators need from us is assisstance reading and synopsing the bills, emailing, calling and opining on bills, and thanking them when they hold fast to Conservative principles. Here is a link, volunteer where you are able https://www.washoegop.org/LEGISLATURE/
You may want to look at the updated information Paul White has gathered for the Education Crusade (below) or attend a nice dinner at no cost to you while enjoying the company of fellow Conservatives at the Freedom Friday Event on February 24th https://freedomfridays.com/event/
Save the date for the February 28th Washoe County Board of Commissioners Meeting.
-Get your Library Card. Have it ready to show to the Commissioners.
-Carry a small US Flag.
-When giving your public comment, REQUEST THIS BE READ INTO THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING verbatim.
-Introduce yourself as a tax payer living in Washoe County and that _**_ is the Commissioner that is your representative. Hold up your Washoe County Library card and flag demonstrating that you ARE a Washoe County taxpayer and have a vested interest in the Library Programing.
-Give your public comment. (We are requesting that Drag Queen Story Time/Hour NOT be held at our taxpayer funded libraries and we are requesting it be placed on a future agenda.)
The legislative session starts this Monday and I am very anxious about the bills that our democrat controlled legislature will introduce. I expect to see more money being wasted on education, an expansion of the voting regulations, an increase in taxes, attacks on the 2nd Amendment, and a focus on social justice issues. What I would like to see, but have no hope for, is a repeal of AB 321 which allows for ballot harvesting among other things. I would also hope for Constitutional Carry for Nevada but I don’t expect to see that. The point here is that we must all be involved if we want to see change. It is not at all difficult to email your representatives when there is a bad bill being brought forward. You may also attend hearings via Zoom or even call in and voice your concerns. Janine Hanson with Eagle Forum is conducting Citizen Lobbyist training for persons that want to take a more active role in what comes from our lawmakers (see opportunities below and read more here). I strongly encourage all of you that desire to influence the outcome of this legislative session to get involved at some level. After all, our legislators are supposed to represent us. But they cannot do that if they do not know what is important to us. By communicating our concerns, we expose those elected officials that listen to the people and those that ignore the people and push their own agenda. Stay tuned for ways to participate in the State of Nevada 82nd Legislative Session.
Paul White is still pursuing the improvement of the Washoe County School District (WCSD) with his activities in the Education Crusade. Some of the information he has dug up is unbelievable and shows clearly that the WCSD does not have the fundamentals of education as a priority (see contact information below and read more at https://nevadaliberty.org/). Another organization having multiple goals and headed up by Nichelle Hull, is Wake Up Washoe County https://wakeupwashoecounty.org/ . Their focus is not only education, it includes other issues that affect our community. One such issue is Drag Queen Story Hour in our taxpayer funded libraries. The next Library Board of Trustees meeting will be held February 15h at the Sierra View Library at 4pm. This is still an ongoing struggle to remove this program from being presented since there is ample evidence that shows how this program is harmful to children. There is only one single email address firstname.lastname@example.org, for ALL of the Trustees to receive your comments, a very odd sitution to say the least. Finally, “Save The Date” for February 28th. There will more more information coming regarding this date.
I want you all to know how much I appreciate what every individual stepping up to make our community a better place to live and raise a family means to me. I am proud call you all Patriots!
I would like to share some good news! The counties of White Pine and Elko have stood up to the bully that occupies our Governor’s Mansion. They have essentially signed Declarations of Independence from his tyrannical rule. They have declared economic emergencies for their counties and have nullified his mandates and directives. Nye county is currently pursuing the same action. If we want Washoe County liberated we must pressure our county commissioners to listen to us and follow the examples of White Pine and Elko. Commissioner Jeanne Herman has attempted to have a resolution placed on the agenda and was thwarted by Chairman Bob Lucey. There is more information on this included below from the Nevada Families for Freedom.
The 2021 Legislative Session begins on Feb 1. As of this writing, we the people of Nevada have been locked out of our house. We will not be allowed in the legislative building to address our representatives and have our voices heard during this legislative session. Contact the legislators now and express your opinion regarding this matter, (emails and phone numbers below). I am absolutely outraged at this egregious violation of our Constitution. We know that they will be considering new taxes and increases in existing taxes during this session. Isn’t locking us out of our house taxation without representation? (See the flyer below.)
During this upcoming legislative session, if you would like to be part of the email “Hot Line” that will be contacting representatives as bills will be introduced, please contact Barney from Battle Born Patriots at email@example.com. He will need all the help he can get this session. He is also in need of volunteers to help read and decipher these bills.
The Washoe County School District Board of Trustees meets this Tuesday at Wooster High School at 4pm. I encourage anybody interested in attending to voice your opinion during the public comment time about the utter failings of our school district to actually educate our children and be fiscally responsible with our tax dollars. It is my opinion that the school district is not so much interested in education as they are indoctrination so that they may create a generation of social justice warriors that lack the requisite skills to become productive members of our community. Jeff Church, the lone conservative voice on the board, is fighting an uphill battle and could use our support.
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I was so excited to see everyone that attended the in person Nevada Patriot Meeting last Thursday. I have really missed seeing you all. We had some great speakers. First was Eddie Lorton; he shared information about his campaign to be elected to the Reno City Council At-Large seat. He didn’t just give us a campaign speech, he specifically addressed issues that affect all of us and his plan to address these issues. Please keep him in mind when you cast your ballot.
Our next speaker was Sharron Angle with the Election Integrity Project. She addressed how our elections have become corrupted in offered ways that we can get involved in fixing the problem. Monica Jaye of 99.1FM Talk Radio spoke regarding the importance of this election and how all elections have consequences. Monica emphasized the importance of helping turn out the vote for the upcoming election. She also discussed how national politics are no more important than local politics. Our last speaker was Lynn Chapman with Nevada Families for Freedom/Eagle Forum. Lynn focused on the impact of AB 4 which was passed during the second Special Session of our Legislature this summer and how it has changed the dynamics of how we vote and how our ballots are counted.
I was able to interview several candidates running for various offices. The links are posted on the Nevada Patriot Youtube Channel and here on the website.
Candidate for WCSBoard, District E Matthew Montognese First Interview
Matthew Montognese Second Interview
Candidate for WCSBoard, District A Jeff Church First Interview
Jeff Church Second Interview
Candidate for Reno City Council, Ward 1 JD Drakulich
Candidate for Reno City Council, At-Large Eddie Lorton
Candidate for District Court Judge Department 13, Family Court Aaron Bushur
Candidate for District Court Judge Department 11, Family Court Greg Shannon
There are several upcoming events including a Drag the Interstate Rally, Carole Fineberg’s Conservative Talk Lunch and a Classic Show and Shine with Musicians 4 America. The Republican Men’s Club is having a luncheon “Meet the Candidates” at the Atlantis on Tuesday, October 20th. Doors open at 11:00am. The Sparks Republican Women will be hosting a Special Dinner and Silent Auction Event with The Honorable Congressman Mark Amodei on October 20th at 5:30pm.
Volunteers to Poll Watch are still needed. If you are interested please look at the dates and locations below this letter and contact Carole Fineberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Poll Watchers Wanted
Volunteers are needed to observe the polls during Early Voting and on Election Day.
Dates: Oct 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and Nov 3
Times: 3 hour increments from 9am to 7pm each day listed above
Double Diamond Athletic Club, 9400 Double Diamond
Downtown Reno Library, 301 S. Center
Northwest Library, 2325 Robb Dr.
North Valleys Library, 1075 North Hills Blvd.
Registrar of Voters Office, 1001 E. 9th St, Bldg A
Reno-Sparks Convention Center, 4590 S. Virginia
Reno Town Mall, 4001 S. Virginia
South Valleys Library, 15650 Wedge Pkwy
Sun Valley Neighborhood Center, 115 W. 6th Ave, Sun Valley
UNR Joe Crowley Student Union, 1664 N. Virginia
Incline Village Library, 845 Alder Ave, Incline Village
Pyramid Lake Piute Tribal Admin Bldg, 208 Capitol Hill, Nixon
Spanish Springs Library, 7100 Pyramid Hwy, Sparks
Sparks Library, 1125 12th St., Sparks
Please contact Carole Fineberg
for more information and training at email@example.com