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DREW JOHNSON FILES AS CANDIDATE FOR CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT F

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March 16, 2022

DREW JOHNSON FILES AS CANDIDATE FOR CLARK COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT F

LAS VEGAS — Drew Johnson, Republican candidate for Clark County Commission, District F, made his candidacy official today by filing with the Clark County Election Department.

“It is time for new leadership on the Clark County Commission,” Johnson said. “Due to poor decisions made by the all-Democratic Commission, Clark County is headed in the wrong direction. I will help bring about the change we need.”

Johnson continued, “I’ve devoted my life to defending liberty and promoting government transparency and accountability in the fight to turn free market, limited-government public policy solutions into law. Runaway spending, overregulation and nanny-state policies are wasting our tax dollars, hurting our ability to make a living and threatening our freedoms. I will use my experience to get our county government back on track.” (Bio attached).

“Time after time, Commissioners have turned their backs on our community to impose an extremist political agenda rather than acting in our best interests. We were promised taxes would go down. They haven’t.” said Johnson. “Businesses struggling to rebound from Covid-related shutdowns and mandates face a dizzying maze of red tape. Right now, opening a hot dog stand in Clark County requires 23 individual steps and three separate fees. Every step of the way, Commissioner Justin Jones has either led or joined the push taking us in the wrong direction.”

Johnson stated: “Pick your issue. Addressing the housing shortage. Guaranteeing our law enforcement has the support they need and deserve. Making the county government more responsive to Clark County residents. Who can seriously believe the very people who created so many problems will be the ones to fix them? Not me.”

“We can do better, and I am committed to leading the charge to making Clark County a better place to live, work and visit,” Johnson said.

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