Sheriff candidate visits Las Vegas Tribune

By Rolando Larraz
Las Vegas Tribune

Stan Hyt a retire Metro Sgt is running for Clark County Sheriff

Stan Hyt, a Conservative Constitutional candidate for Clark County Sheriff, visited the office of the Las Vegas Tribune and truly bonded with all of us who were present.
Up to now, the Sheriff’s Candidates have mostly been upper-level executives, but Stan retired as a rank and file Sergeant which gives him insight as to issues faced by a majority of the personnel at Metro, unfiltered by layers of the command staff.
Stan has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration and over 30 years of experience serving the Las Vegas Community as an officer and sergeant. He has the education and experience, now all he needs is your support to fill in the gap to protect our constitutional values. He says as Sheriff he will not let government mandates use the police to close our churches, small businesses, or come for our guns, or anything that infringes on our constitutional freedoms.
Steve Sanson, President of Veterans in Politics, interviewed Stan Hyt on his television show, which led to Victoria Giampa setting up this interview with the Las Vegas Tribune.
Stan Hyt gave us a breath of honesty and equality that has been lacking in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department since Sheriff Bill Young passed the reigns of leadership to his predecessor, Doug
Gillespie.
This Sheriff’s candidate with a little bit of gray hair and average build came out of retirement to improve both the image of Metro to the community and improve the morale of officers within the department. He
wishes to empower the line officers and sergeants with the inclusion of their input in the solutions of community concerns.
In the three hours that Stan Hyt was interviewed, not once did the Sheriff’s candidate say one bad word about the department or of any of the other candidates running against him. He merely spoke of his plans
to rebuild the trust and confidence of the rank and file through transparency, empowerment, and proving that the executive staff has their back in good times as well as difficult times.
Ed Uehling, a contributor to the Las Vegas Tribune, joined us during the interview. As a perennial complainer, he left satisfied with Stan Hyt, having no negative comments to make.
Stan Hyt told the Newspaper that he hopes to have an interactive role with the men and women in Metro and the community, not to just be some figure unrelated to them.
As expected, the police unions, the Police Protective Association, and the Police Management Supervisors Association who represent the rank and file of Metro refused to include Stan in a Q and A with the other
two candidates. No explanation was given.
Stan Hyt, a proud and devoted Christian and Conservative is asking for community support to prove his qualifications by electing him to be the next Sheriff in town.
Stan Hyt is interested in visiting with the FIORE CLUB, meeting with its members, and possibly even speaking to its Members and President.
Perly Viasmensky, the Las Vegas Tribune’s General Manager, also present during the interview with Stan Hyt, was also very impressed with him and his candidacy. She hopes to pass her satisfaction on to the rest of the readers of the Tribune and to the County voters in general.
If you’d like to meet StanHytForSheriff.com, he’s having a campaign kickoff Saturday, November 13th at 4:00 at Cornerstone Church located at 5825 Eldora St. Come meet him and get to know him yourself.

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