“I am optimistic they will come together. Once the session commences, the realization usually sets in, that they were elected to do the people’s business and most understand that involves compromise.”
Carole Vilardo | President, Nevada Taxpayers Association
“With internal leadership struggles appearing to now be behind us, policymakers can now get down to business and do what our elected leaders in Washington, D.C. have found so vexing, working together to solve the critical issues facing our great state.“
Kevin Sigstad | 2015 President, Nevada Association of Realtors
“I do not feel optimistic they will work together this session, due to continued lobbyist funding and the pressure of the upcoming Presidential election.”
Slava Dimitrova | Audit and Accounting Partner, Fair, Anderson & Langerman
“I appreciate all those willing to serve our state so I’d commend their public service. As for the session, it seems like there’s a unifying force around economic development lately. I’m hopeful we can continue that path and prosper together as citizens, cities, counties and as a state.”
Kevin Monaghan | Sales Executive, LP Insurance Services, Inc.
“I am not optimistic because of the lack of moderate politicians from either side. The right and left wings of the parties are too strident in their positions to compromise for the common good.”
Harvey Fennell | Shareholder, Dickson Commercial Group, Inc.
“Especially when it comes to Nevada’s mental health crisis, we are optimistic that the legislature will come together and take the next steps toward filling the necessary gaps.”
Brian Brannman | Senior Vice President of Operations, Dignity Health Nevada