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LAS VEGAS–The Keystone Corporation, a Nevada political voice for free market business development, private sector job creation and fiscal conservatism, has announced its endorsement for Patrick McNaught in the Nevada State Senate race for Clark County District 12. The seat was previously represented by Warren Hardy, who retired after the 2009 regular session of the legislature, and most recently by Clark County Commission-appointed Stan Olsen during the just-concluded special session of the legislature.
“We are proud to endorse Nevada State Senate candidate Patrick McNaught,” announced the Keystone Corporation board members. “Patrick is a strong fiscal conservative who is working extremely hard in his campaign. He comes from the private sector and understands the difficulties and sacrifices of southern Nevada families who work hard, try to make a living, provide jobs–and pay taxes to fund essential government programs. He will bring a common-sense conservative perspective to the state senate, serve as a fierce advocate for education and spending reform and he has energized conservatives who have joined his campaign. We wish him well in his campaign and believe he will serve the working taxpayers well.”
McNaught is a UNLV graduate and has pursued a career in commercial real estate. He currently serves as the vice president of land and investments for Colliers International in Las Vegas. He is married to his wife of 14 years, Christine, and together they have two kids, Jace and Kai.
Other state senate candidates endorsed by Keystone Corporation include Sen. Barbara Cegavske (Clark – 8), Assemblyman Ty Cobb (AD 26) running for Senate (Washoe – 4), Assemblyman James Settelmeyer (AD 39) running for the Senate Capital District, and Michael Roberson running against Sen. Joyce Woodhouse (Clark – 5).
Keystone Corporation is a statewide political action organization that recruits, supports and advocates for candidates for public office who support private sector job creation, low taxation, a responsible regulatory environment and effective delivery of essential state services.
For more information on Patrick McNaught: http://patrickmcnaught.com
For more information on Barbara Cegavske: http://barbaracegavske.com/
For more information on Ty Cobb: http://votetycobb.com/index.html
For more information on James Settelmeyer: http://www.jamesad39.org/
For more information on Michael Roberson: http://votemichaelroberson.com/
For more information on Keystone Corporation, go to http://keystonenevada.com/