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Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019|2 a.m.
Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak vowed Friday to set up a varied group of people in his administration that shows all of Nevada.
” It’s not going to be lot of old white guys with gray hair like me,” the Democrat said.
His remarks were met applause and cheers by labor union supporters, including many individuals of color and ladies, who went to an event for Sisolak at a labor hall for theatrical stage employees in Las Vegas.
The stop became part of a multi-day tour he’s making on the drive north to the capital Carson City, where he’ll be inaugurated on Monday.
He will end up being the state’s first Democratic governor in about two decades. He beat Republican Attorney General Adam Laxalt, the grand son of previous Gov. Paul Laxalt, in November, in part due to the fact that of strong support from labor unions.
Sisolak said he was headed to Carson City “to do what you elected us to do, which is represent all of Nevada and in particular pay attention to the working males and females of Nevada.”
He repeated his project pledge to secure health care coverage for pre-existing conditions, enhance the state’s education system and create jobs.
Sisolak has invested a years on the Clark County Commission, which manages the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding neighborhoods.
Later on Friday, he was anticipated to go to Creech Flying force Base and High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs and make drop in Beatty and Tonopah. On Saturday, Sisolak was set up to tour the Walker River Paiute Tribe Booking and stop in Yerington.
He informed the Associated Press that he wanted to visit places he didn’t go while campaigning and fulfill more Nevadans, together with discovering more about the prison and Air Force base. He said there isn’t much for the state to do to attend to the partial federal government shutdown.
He said the Nevada Department of Transportation has actually been replacing some federal money it depends on with some reserve funds.
” Hopefully the president will deal with Congress and get this dealt with and be able to move this forward so the country can get back moving again,” Sisolak stated.