Michele Fiore was born in Brooklyn, New York, and has lived in Nevada since 1993. The only child of a single mother, Michele was brought up with a strong work ethic and sense of independence. Michele has two daughters, Sheena and Savanah; six grandchildren, Jake 8 years old; Twins Morrigan & Mara 5; Jayden 5; Jemma 1; Jackson 4 months. Michele also takes care of her mother, Lill Fiore.
Fiore has over 29 years of business and entrepreneurial experience. She founded and owned a company that provided home healthcare services to the sick and elderly. Fiore’s businesses helped create more than 1,800 jobs in Las Vegas. As the chief executive officer, she gained experience making decisions about policies and procedures, utilizing a solutions-based approach and a customer service focus. She also produced an independent film (Siren), which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and before that, she owned a painting and drywall company.
Today Fiore is the CEO and Publisher of “Truth in Politics The Magazine” as well as The CEO of “Politically Off The Wall,” a political consulting firm. As of July 2017, Fiore represents The City of Las Vegas as The Councilwoman for Ward 6. She stays active in the community, creating outreach events and hosts a bi-weekly “Mondays with Michele” out of her satellite office that gives her ward members a chance to come in, meet with her to talk face to face. Fiore’s mission statement, “My mission is simple – to keep freedoms for our families so that our legacies can live on infinitely, working together in a healthy environment.”
Fiore spent two terms in the Nevada Legislature representing Clark County’s Assembly District 4 from 2012 to 2016. Fiore served on Education, Health and Human Services, Commerce and Labor, Judiciary, Legislative Operations and Elections, and Transportation Committees. Fiore sponsored a total of 118 Bills during her legislator career, and 39 were signed into law by Governor Brian Sandoval. She attended Legislative/Special Sessions November 2012 – November 2014 – November 2015.
She served on the following Interim Committees: Advisory Commission on the Administration of Justice’s Subcommittee on the Medical Use of Marijuana; Advisory Committee to Study Laws Concerning Sex Offender Registration; Sunset Subcommittee of the Legislative Commission; Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children.
As a community activist, Fiore has volunteered thousands of hours to the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP), responding to traumatic incidents across Las Vegas and providing crisis intervention support to trauma victims and first responders.
Fiore worked on a volunteer basis with Metro’s SWAT team to enhance community safety and provide secure environments for live drills, helping ensure our police are well-trained and on the cutting edge of their profession. She also served on the Metro’s Use of Force Review Board, helping ensure accountability within the department.
Fiore is an ardent supporter of the Second Amendment and has interviewed on a range of subjects involving gun ownership and regulations, including school safety. She is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association, Front Sight Firearms Training Institute and a member of Second Amendment Sisters.
In her spare time, Fiore spends her time with her grandchildren, teaching them to ride horses, ATV’s, hike, camp, gun safety and target practice. Jake is seven, and he won his first place in rodeo flags and is active with Boy Scouts of America. Fiore also loves treating her grand-princesses to spa days and taking her family on Disneyland adventures.
Fiore was rated the #1 conservative legislator by the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) for the 2013 Legislative Session.
In 2014 she received the Gill Action Award honoring leadership, and also, the American Unity Fund Award in honor of a courageous Republican who stands for freedom of Americans.
In 2015 she received the National Foundation for Women Legislators – Woman of Excellence award and made it to the My Vegas Top 100 Women of Influence.
Fiore was rated “Taxpayers’ Best Friend” by the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) for the 2015 Legislative Session.
In 2017 she received the “Citizen Outreach – Conservative of the Year” award.