This opinion column was submitted by Tony Grady, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor. His marketing campaign web site is tonygradyfornevada.com.
I’m Tony Grady, and I’m operating for lieutenant governor for Nevada. I’m a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel and a profession aviator. I’m a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy (Bachelor of Science in astronautical engineering), and two graduate levels (MS in programs administration from the University of Southern California, and grasp of airpower artwork and science from the Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama). I used to be a USAF pilot and check pilot. Additionally, I’ve intensive management expertise culminating as a B-2 squadron commander. Following my Air Force profession, I flew for FedEx. I’m a conservative, Christian Republican who sees the necessity to step up towards the harmful insurance policies being carried out by the present administration.
There are three points I wish to emphasize on this writing: economic range, education and Nevada’s water.
First, it’s apparent from our COVID lockdown that we have to diversify Nevada’s economic system. Total reliance on gaming and tourism has its dangers. Increases in manufacturing and data expertise will assist, together with continued consideration to mining and agriculture.
Second, our education system is the important thing to our economic system’s range and economic future. There is not any place in our education system for the malignantly divisive CRT. There is not any cheap rationalization for forcing sexual instruction on our youngest, harmless college students. These harmful ideologies should be defeated with no equivocation; I’ll struggle this head on! We ought to be laser-focused on science, expertise, engineering and math (STEM), and sound vocational coaching. I’ll advocate to interchange CRT with the “1776 Unites,” and the Cornerstone Curriculum that train a balanced view of U.S. historical past.
Last, water will turn into much more essential than it’s now. Population progress not solely places extra stress on our metropolis water provides, it additionally drastically impacts our rural communities, which by the way add to our economic range. All stakeholders should be delivered to the desk to make sure we make the most of this crucial useful resource correctly. My organizational and management abilities, plus my stable basis in STEM education shall be an asset going ahead as we sort out these issues.
If these points resonate with you, please go to my web site, TonyGradyforNevada.com. We would like to have you ever on our crew! I ask in your vote within the June 14 primaries.
Tony Grady is a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor.
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