I believe in the concept of good neighbors, and what makes a good neighbor? Respect. While I may not always agree with my neighbor, I believe in their right to have their own opinions. California is that good neighbor, I respect them though I rarely agree with their choices politically. They have decided to become a Sanctuary State and many of their cities have chosen to ignore the federal immigration laws. While I believe in their right to govern themselves, as all states should, I disagree with their actions. We currently do not have any Sacturary Cities in the Great State of Nevada and I believe it should stay that way. Immigration is the duty of the United States Government to enforce. While I am not in favor of removing children or those who have spent their entire lives in the United States from our great country, I do agree there needs to be better options for the future of imigration.
That being said I do not believe my opponent Adam Lexalt should be wasting tax payers money and time filing court documents opposing California’s right to govern themselves. As good neighbors we can choose to disagree on the subject, but it is not our place to tell California how to run their state and cities. Just as it is not California’s place to attempt to influence the decisions or laws here in Nevada. Good Neighbors respect each others boundaries.
While Mr. Lexalt and I agree that we should keep California’s laws out of Nevada and the state should govern itself. He spends time and money in an official capacity ridiculing our neighbors over their various actions. I say let California deal with their own short comings and let focus on what really matters, our great state . Right now in the news we have read that a California Billionaire is attempting to buy off the election by sending his Super Pacs money to back many of the Democratic candidates. How many times are we going to let these outside agitators tell us how we should run our state. How many times are we going to watch these career politicians take money from California so they can win and hand over our state to Sacramento. We need to say enough is enough, we need to focus on what is important to our state, we need to keep Nevada for Nevadans. That is why I am running for Governor and why I am a member of the Independent American Party of Nevada!