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  • Cresent Hardy
    (Rep)

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    Steven Horsford
    (Dem)

  • Gregg Luckner
    (Lib)

  • Warren Ross Markowitz
    (IA)

  • Dean McGonigle
    (NPP)

  • Rodney Smith
    (NPP)

Biographical Information

What, if any, specific steps will you take to address inequalities facing women in the United States?

What is your position on current U.S. immigration policy and what, if any, changes do you propose?

In building a vibrant U.S. economy, would you emphasize reforming tax policies, addressing income inequality, or something else?

What steps, if any, should be taken to curb gun violence in the United States?

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Campaign Phone (702) 624-1997
Campaign Address 5185 Camino Al Norte Suite 130 North Las Vegas, NV 89031
Twitter @stevenhorsford
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Campaign Phone (202) 630-7509
Campaign Address 6217 Bliss Street North Las Vegas NV, 89081
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Campaign Phone (702) 831-6684
Twitter @electwarrenr
I would address the social and economic issues that face women, which include the ever increasing # of single parent households, educational opportunities, and sexual, and physical violence.
I believe that the immigration policies of the US must first address the impact that low wage, and dependant parties are allowed in to the US, and deal with the illegal population that causes the creation of a "under the table" economic system that impacts wages, benefits, and opportunities to all, particularly the low to middle income citizens.
The only sustainable way to address income inequality is to increase opportunity through educational and enforcement polices, and in doing so, returning wealth to the people through a reduction in taxes directed at the small business entrepreneur, which in turn reduces consumer prices, and creates job opportunities.
Gun violence is a result of many things, the least of which is the firearm. I don't blame guns, they are inanimate objects unable to function without an operator, blaming guns is the equivalent of blaming cars for driving drunk. I blame the breakdown of the family, the snowflake upbringing of our young, the lack of responsibility for ones own position in life and most of all the concept that if we give up our rights to protect ourselves we will be safer. We must act decisively, which includes training our children in the proper safe use of firearms, which will reduce such violence, increase overall safety, and reduce victimhood, which has become a badge of honor.
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