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I’m proud to announce I have received the endorsement of Governor Brian Sandoval.
“Michele Fiore is a fighter for her constituents who gets things done in Carson City. I can always count on Michele to be a passionate advocate for her district who will make the tough votes for our future generations instead of her next election. I hope you will join me in supporting Michele Fiore for Assembly District 4.” -Brian Sandoval
I’m so excited for all of the great things that are happening this month, including our two movie nights. We’re already receiving incredible feedback and lots of RSVPs.
While we do have our upcoming Halloween Party Fundraiser (details below), our pasta dinners or movie nights are my treat to you. I want to be sure to connect with you before Election Day.
We have a lot going on this month, so mark your calendars so you don’t miss a thing!
Join us for our final pasta dinners before the election. Tuesday, October 14th and Wednesday, October 15th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at my home: 9085 W Rosada Way in Las Vegas.
I love our pasta dinners at my home and all of the great conversation. I really do view you all as part of my extended family and want you to join me at my dinner table for a wonderful meal. I do ask that you RSVP so that we don’t run out of pasta. Please send us an email to Michele@VoteFiore.com or call us at (702) 210-8460 and let us know what day we can expect you.
Big things are happening on our campaign, and I need your help to get the word out. Because of the Special Session, we’re way behind on our fundraising to get us to Election Day. Nevada law requires legislators observe a fundraising blackout for 15 days following the end of the Special Session, which doesn’t apply to our opponent.
Will you help us get back on track so we can continue to get our messages out to the voters of District 4? Any donation of $25, $50,$100, $250 or $500 will help us keep up our campaign until November 4th.
We have a couple of big events coming up that I’m really excited about. Invitations are in the mail for our October pasta dinner at my home, as well as a movie night with my first feature film, Siren. There has been a lot of buzz about this movie, so we’re inviting you to this special showing.
Fall is here, and the election is just around the corner. In these final weeks of the campaign, I look forward to connecting with every resident of District 4 at your doorstep, on the phone or in your mailbox.
Our September pasta dinner was last week, and it was a great time. I hope you’ll join us for our next one in October! I love connecting with all of the residents of District 4. I consider each and every one of you my extended family, and that is why having these dinners together is so important to me.
I cannot tell you enough how much I appreciate your support during the Special Session. I have received many emails asking questions and giving suggestions as we prepared to vote on Tesla. I’m amazed at what has been accomplished and appreciate that Governor Sandoval has taken the lead and worked with our legislative leaders and Nevada’s economic development team to put Nevada in the #1 spot.
I have received a lot of questions, so I want to give a quick background on Tesla. Elon Musk, who made his fortune when he created and sold PayPal, owns Tesla. He joined Tesla in 2004 when it was a relatively small company with the goal of making electric vehicles more accessible, starting with a sports car model. By 2009 Tesla was out of money and received a $465 million loan from the Department of Energy that was not related to the automotive bailout, which was paid back in 2013 following their initial public offering (IPO) in 2010. Tesla beat Ford and Nissan in repaying their loan to the government. At this point, it appears Tesla’s stock is holding steady and shows no sign of financial trouble.
Thank you to everyone who responded to my email yesterday. With your help, we are half way to our fundraising goal. We have until midnight tonight before we have to stop raising funds for 15 days. Will you make one last donation to help us fund our campaign during the fundraising blackout?
Let me be clear, this fundraising blackout only applies to current legislators. That means my opponent will have 15 days to fundraise unopposed. We must raise as much as possible before midnight tonight so we can continue to contact voters until we can raise funds again. Your contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or $1000 will help us continue to contact voters and fund this campaign.
I suspect by now you’ve heard about the Tesla announcement and what that means for Nevada. It also means Governor Sandoval will be calling a special session any day for the legislature to review the proposal. As soon as Governor Sandoval calls the special session, all legislators must stop their fundraising until 15 days following the special session.
I need your help. Because of this special session, we will not be able to raise a penny for our campaign for two weeks even though I will not stop meeting voters.Will you help me raise funds today to get us through the fundraising blackout?
I cannot believe the summer is over and Election Day is just around the corner. I hope you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend and had the opportunity to spend time with your loved ones.
My volunteers and I have been spending every free moment knocking on our neighbors’ doors and talking about the upcoming election. It is very important to me that my volunteers or I connect with each and every voter personally before the election, especially during our pasta dinners. Watch the mail for your invitation to an upcoming dinner.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when Las Vegas Sun reporter Kyle Roerink asked to not just write a story about me but also follow me for a day with cameraman Sam Morris. Kyle certainly captured my choice of abandoning PC (Political Correctness) as well as how much of my heart I give to our district. I find being politically correct all the time can become a form of suppression of our freedom of speech. You can read his whole story, “A True Nevada Political Rise” by Kyle Roerink, by clicking here or pick up this week’s Sunday Magazine.
Let me share with you some of the background behind that story.
We started our 13-hour day early on the Alan Stock radio show. You know me, I’ll share my truths, and I welcome the discussions and debates about the real issues facing our district, state and country. That day on the Alan Stock show we talked a lot about Bundy Ranch and the BLM.