Michele Fiore announces campaign for governor

By Las Vegas Tribune Staff
Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore (R) announced on Tuesday at the Italian American Club on East Sahara Avenue that she is running for the nomination for Nevada governor.
Fiore was introduced to the audience by Michael McDonald, Chairman of the Nevada Republican Party.
Fiore told the large audience gathered at the club: “My name is Michele Fiore. I’m running for Governor of Nevada. We don’t need more weak, compromised, blue-blazer Republican politicians. That isn’t me and never will be. I will never stop fighting. I’ve spent my whole life fighting the establishment. We need outsiders, fighters, not the same old boring, moderate, compromised blue-blazer politicians.”
“The plan is to ban vaccine mandates, ban critical race theory and stop voter fraud,” said Fiore.
Fiore served in Nevada’s Assembly from 2012 to 2016 and was elected Nevada’s Republican National Committeewoman in 2020.
Presently, Michele Fiore represents Ward 6 in the City of Las Vegas Council. Fiore is also known in Nevada for her support of ranchers who staged
armed standoffs with federal agents in 2014 and 2016.
Michele Fiore joins six other Republicans who are looking to oust Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak in the 2022 election in the State of Nevada.

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