Nevada Gubernatorial Candidate Steve Sisolak, along with Kate Marshall, candidate for lieutenant governor, and Zach Conine, candidate for state treasurer, stopped by the July Advisory Council meeting in Reno to express their support for unions, as well as their opposition to Question 3, the energy-deregulation constitutional amendment which will once again go before voters this November.
““I’m as ‘No on 3’ as you can get … and I’m not afraid to say I’m union strong!” said Sisolak. “We have a great chance this election to make some changes and elect some people who are going to protect working families and labor unions. We need to energize everyone on the ground to come out and vote this November!”
“I grew up in a union family … [organized labor] has done more than just support me in campaigns, you supported me growing up!” said Marshall. “We are not second-class – we make this country!”
“Thank you for investing your time into making our state better,” added Conine. “It’s going be the men and women in this room — the men and women who work for a living — that are going to help us get elected!”
Local 1245 Assistant Business Manager Hunter Stern explained the importance of electing Sisolak, Marshall, Conine and other union-friendly candidates in Nevada.
“No on Question 3 is our biggest push this year, but these other elections matter too,” emphasized Stern. “We need to put people in office that will make sure that de-regulation doesn’t keep coming up again and again.”