Republican Sam Kumar launches campaign for
Nevada State Assembly, District 25
Longtime Washoe County resident, former GOP Chairman, and conservative author enters race to maintain key swing Assembly seat
November 30, 2021
Contact: Sam Kumar
(Reno, NV) – Today, conservative author and former Washoe County Republican Party Chairman Sam Kumar announced his candidacy for the Nevada State Assembly, District 25. Kumar enters the race following the conclusion of the special session of the Nevada Legislature where Democrats oversaw the redistricting process, drastically changing the political make-up of District 25, moving it from a Republican-majority seat to a Democrat-majority seat.
“Despite the Democrats’ recent power grab to create supermajority control over our state, I have decided to enter the arena to fight to protect our treasured state, and provide some balance of power in Carson City,” Kumar stated. “The Democrats’ path to a supermajority and subsequent tax hikes runs directly through Assembly District 25, and I intend to protect this seat and our taxpayers.
“It has been an honor for me to serve as the Chairman of the Washoe County Republican Party and to have authored over one hundred columns advancing our constitutional system, our shared conservative values, limited government, low taxes, balanced budgets, and the rule of law, among others,” Kumar continued. “Nobody will work harder to meet with and hear from the voters in District 25, to earn their trust, and ultimately represent them with honesty and integrity in the Nevada State Assembly.”
Kumar further announced that his campaign will be co-chaired by two Washoe County conservative community leaders – Randi Thompson and David Buell. The Kumar campaign will focus on the key issues affecting Nevada: our highest-in-the-nation unemployment, record inflation, poor performance and lack of accountability in our public schools, unaffordable housing, the lack of respect of basic constitutional rights, and the rapid rise in crime in our communities.
You can learn more about Sam Kumar by going to his webpage: http://samkumar.us