Cathleen Allison/ AP Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz affirms in committee at the Legislative Structure in Carson City on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015.
Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017|12:46 p.m.
. A businessman who became Nevada state treasurer two years ago states he’ll seek the Republican nomination for guv.
Dan Schwartz made his statement today in Las Vegas, focusing in a declaration on schools, the state economy, federal control of public lands and exactly what he called “pay-to-play” impact by political lobbyists and wealthy experts.
Schwartz joins Las Vegas bike store business owner and political newbie Jared Fisher in a Republican field that is expected to also include state Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Laxalt has actually not made an official project announcement, however Schwartz has actually slammed Laxalt’s connect to billionaire gambling establishment magnate Sheldon Adelson.
Schwartz credits term-limited Republican Guv Brian Sandoval with guiding the state from the Great Recession, but he says the state economy has to diversify and schools need to improve.