What You Need to Know
About the Washoe County Assessor's Race
for Washoe County
For the first time, you can vote at any polling place in Washoe County.
Inform & Protect
- Analyze how proposed property tax changes will affect us
- Communicate findings to the public and elected officials
- Protect seniors, disabled, and those on fixed incomes
- No outside employment
- Time in the office
- Time in the community . . . doing Assessor work!
- No potential conflicts of interest
- No employment in the real estate industry
- Protect credibility of the Assessor’s office
- Adhere to ethical standards to avoid appearance of impropriety
I’m the only one on the ballot running to be your full-time Washoe County Assessor.
I can hear you thinking WHAT?
From before his election to the present, the incumbent has owned and operated three real estate related businesses; a real estate brokerage, a mortgage company and a property management firm.
No wonder two senior employees in the Assessor’s office took the unprecedented step of becoming candidates to replace him. In their campaigns they made clear, their boss is rarely in the office.
This led to five individuals stepping up to replace the Assessor in 2018 – a record high for this usually low-profile race – and at the end of the incumbent’s first term.
I’m the last man standing to return the incumbent to full-time work running his personal businesses.
As a Washoe County resident and tax payer, you PAY FOR and DESERVE a full-time Assessor.
Will you support my campaign? Please donate using the button below.
FULL-TIME, NO CONFLICTS LEADER
“I will make important changes to the Assessor’s office. First, I’ll be a dedicated, full-time Assessor with NO potential conflicts of interest or ethical breeches. Secondly, I’ll develop the Assessor’s office into the most credible source of unbiased analyses and information about how property tax proposals could affect Washoe County residents, especially our seniors and others on fixed incomes.``