Continues His Weeklong Tour across Nevada
(Las Vegas, NV) – Dean Heller is moving across Nevada this week, and today he stopped in Yerington, Fallon and Fernley. All along the campaign trail, Dean Heller has met Nevadans who want to hear actual solutions to Nevada’s struggling economy, which is why he has consistently focused on the issues that matter most – creating jobs, keeping families in their homes and the pressing need to stop out-of-control spending in Washington.
Dean answering questions in Fallon
- Yerington Mayor George Dini hosted a meet and greet for Dean Heller at Guiseppe’s Steakhouse in Yerington, along with his brother Jay. The first question from the open question-and-answer session focused on the Yerington Land Conveyance and Sustainable Development Act. Shelley Berkley voted against this legislation, which would have created nearly 800 jobs in one of the hardest-hit areas of the state.
In contrast, Dean Heller has introduced counterpart legislation in the Senate, which would have enabled the City of Yerington and Nevada Copper to develop over 10,000 acres of land for the Nevada Copper Pumpkin Hollow project.
- In Fallon, Fallon Mayor Ken Tedford introduced Dean to a large crowd who showed up to talk about a number of issues ranging from the economy to housing to making sure veterans receive the benefits they have earned.
- And in Fernley, Dean joined Mayor LeRoy Goodman for a visit to the Team Nevada office. Dean thanked volunteers for their support and encouraged them to keep up the hard work.
“Today, I spoke with Nevadans from all walks of life. Despite whatever differences people may have, it is clear that jobs, the economy, and the future of our children and grandchildren are the high stakes of this election. My opponent wants to talk about everything but her record on jobs – including her vote against creating nearly 800 jobs in Yerington. Ultimately, this campaign boils down to two very different choices between pro-growth, responsible policies that will get Nevadans working again or bigger, more expensive government that will drain the future of our children and grandchildren,” said Dean Heller.