Conservative Candidates Nevada

Nevada will elect their conservative candidates in the June 12, 2014 Nevada Primary. Vote for Nevada Tea Party candidates in the June 12 Republican Primary. Solving our problems and keeping President Obama from regulating our daily lives will only come from electing conservative tea party candidates

U.S. Senate - Eddie Hamilton

U.S. Congress Dist. 3 - Chris Dyer

U.S. Congress Dist. 4 - Kiran Hill

Assembly Dist #36 - Walt Grudenski

Local: Nye County
County Commissioner Dist. 2 - Frank Carbone
County Commissioner Dist. 3 - Donna Cox

Local: Pahrump
Justice of the Peace - Louis DeCanio
Town Board - Anthony Greco
Town Board - Amy Riches


When you can't make them see the light, make them feel the heat. Encourage others to vote for NV conservative candidates.

Nevada conservatives have been very active in the previous election cycle. But this is a state that has continuously sent Harry Reid back, and these perilous decisions with no regard for the rest of this nation nor for our constitutional government or for the sovereignty of our nation have proved irresponsible.

Nevada can do better. Elect conservative candidates, send those home to retirement who have misused and abused the public trust.

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Conservative Presidents The most prominent conservative presidents:
  • George Washington (1789-1797)
  • James Monroe (1817-1825)
  • Grover Cleveland (1885-1889, 1893-1897)
  • Warren G. Harding (1921-1923)
  • Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929)
  • Ronald Reagan (1981-1989)