The Do’s and Don’ts of Ed Uheling As LT. Governor: November 2018 Vote for Ed Uehiling!
This is what Ed Wants to Happen in Nevada!
- Make new laws that are beneficial to everyone and protect our rights and freedom as citizens of America.
- Create an abundance of job opportunity in Nevada, mainly through tourism.
- Legalizing BNB (homeowners can make $10, 20, 50,000 extra, exchange ideas with others from other backgrounds, provide cultural experiences for their children, etc.
- Encouraging schools to adopt language learning and international exchange programs for Nevada students, so we may be prepared to interact and participate in a globalized economy.
- De-militarize the Strip. The presence of so many policemen makes many tourists uneasy and ruins tourist destinations (e.g., Westwood Village in LA and Avenida de la Revolucion in Tijuana).
- Protect tourist and the community of Nevada from hate crimes based on race or sexual orientation.
- Make the policies of casinos, hotels and other public services more transparent. No more hidden fees. No what you pay for.
- Give back the night to the youth by coordinating youth restrictive laws with the age of adult-hood. That is, allow gambling and drinking by 18 .
- Make Nevada the greatest State in America, so tourist will want to visit us fist. This will also make us the richest state.
- Prevent taxation of tips
- Enjoy A Great Time In Nevada All Year Round!
This is What Ed Uehling Doesn’t Want to Happen in Nevada!
- We don’t want to keep seeing politicians aligned with casinos to steal money from customers in order to line their own pockets.
- We don’t want to keep getting scammed, like when taxi cab drivers long haul people to make the fair increase.
- We don’t want to keep making rules and regulations that benefit the few, but harm the many.
- we don’t want hotels to charge hidden fees in an attempt to cheat tourist and the residents of Nevada.
- We don’t want incompetent government agencies leading us and causing us to lose money and freedoms.
- We don’t want individuals to feel threatened in Nevada based on their skin color or religious values.
- We don’t want to be told what we can do in our own homes or who we can love out in public.
- We don’t want to lose out on visitors and tourist because we don’t have the right facilities to attract them. We need to take surveys and let the consumers have a say in the kind of attractions we have in Nevada.
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