Republican Jill Dickman Files for ReElection Assembly District 31
Sparksbased lawmaker seeks second term; Endorsed by Sheriff Chuck Allen
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: March 6, 2016
From: Tessa Laxalt email@example.com
(Sparks, Nevada) – Today, Sparks resident, Nevada State Assemblywoman and Assistant Majority Whip Jill Dickman filed to seek a second term in the State Assembly, District 31. Dickman, a Republican, was first elected by the voters of her Sparksbased district in the 2014 election. She is widely recognized as being one of the most accessible lawmakers, with a proven record of keeping her promises to the more than 50,000 constituents she represents.
“It is an honor for me to represent the working families, retirees, veterans and jobproviders in Sparks,” Dickman stated. “It is my hope that the voters of District 31 grant me the privilege of continuing to serve them in our state legislature. I am proud to have helped lead the effort to provide the most significant education reforms in state history for our parents and students, while also honoring my pledge to fight for lower taxes for our workers and jobproviders.”
“I am proud to offer my strong endorsement for Jill Dickman in Assembly District 31. Protecting the safety and security of our families throughout Washoe County is critically important to me, and I know that Jill shares in this belief. Jill and I stand firmly together as steadfast proponents of protecting our 2nd Amendment rights so we can ensure that our individual liberties, our families and our communities are protected,” stated Washoe County Sheriff, Chuck Allen. “Please join me in supporting Jill Dickman. Nevada is a greater place to live and work because of her service to our great state.”
There are nearly 36,000 active voters in the Sparksbased Assembly District 31 with Republicans holding about a 6 percent registration advantage. Jill Dickman is a small business owner who served on four criticallyimportant committees during the 2015 legislative session – Transportation (ViceChair), Health and Human Services, Taxation and Ways and Means. Currently, Dickman is serving on the Interim Finance Committee, and the Audit SubCommittee.