Nevada needs leaders who know how to create jobs and build successful businesses. Steven DeLisle has done that and he will bring those skill to Carson City to fight for the principles that make Nevada great. His work with special needs children and the community that supports them is an inspiration to us all. I can’t wait to work with him in the legislature, and I am thrilled to give him my support and endorsement. Now, more than ever, we need true leadership and there is no doubt in my mind that Steven will provide that for his constituents and all Nevada families.
Steven DeLisle has my full support to be the next Assemblyman from District 29. He is a principled, conservative leader who understands that the government is here to promote business success, not inhibit it. He will be a much-needed, fresh voice in Carson City.
I am pleased to endorse Dr. Steven DeLisle for Assembly District 29. He has shown leadership and service to his community and a willingness to work hard during his campaign to serve the citizens of Nevada. His extensive knowledge of medicine, healthcare, small business, and legal and constitutional issues will be invaluable as a legislator and a benefit to Nevada as a whole.
Steven DeLisle knows how to run a business, create jobs, and fight for Nevada families. His commitment to community and dedication to helping the special needs community is remarkable and an inspiration to us all. Carson City needs someone who is a problem solver, a strong voice for those who need it most. I’m proud to give him my enthusiastic endorsement and look forward to working with him in our next legislative session.
As a former assemblywoman, I know how important it is that we elect conservatives that don’t just talk the talk, but actually walk the conservative walk. That is why I am supporting Steven DeLisle for Assembly District 29. Steven is that kind of strong conservative leader.
I am proud to endorse Steven DeLisle for Assembly District 29. Steven’s success as a businessman gives him the kind of firsthand knowledge of how excessive taxes and regulations affect business, something that is missing in Carson City.