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Well in excess of the age requirement in Article 1 Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution -
Seeking the office of U.S. Senator for the State of Nevada
Can be contacted at NevadaCan@gmail.com
Political views are available on the campaign web site NevadaCan.com
Lives in Reno Nevada and currently finds employment as a nurse.
Former occupations include State Sales Tax Auditor, Business Owner, and Purchasing Manager.
This campaign is about getting some representation for Nevada, not just from Nevada.
Political Candidate Survey
1. Describe your political philosophy. Are you liberal or conservative, socially and/or fiscally?
'The family of the lion, the tribe of the eagle' and their Caesars and Napoleons walk among us. "They thirst and burn for distinction; and, if possible, will have it, whether at the expense of emancipating slaves, or enslaving freemen." As a freeman I see their hunger and seek to "unite with my fellow citizens, also attached to the government and laws, and generally intelligent, to successfully frustrate their designs." I believe in a government of laws and not of men. The fount of just laws is our Constitution, which more holds back a flood of unjust laws than proffers the just. Of all the governments instituted by man, I support the newest model and the most successful ever instituted. Untold generations of the smartest, best educated people in the world, contributed ideas that culminated in one small document that has given more freedom, prosperity and opportunity to more people than any institution ever and I hold unbounded reverence for it. So, am I liberal or conservative?
2. Have you ever taken a stand or voted on public records or open meeting matters. Describe the circumstances.
I served on a city-hood committee that dissolved upon the incorporation of the City. I served on the board of directors for a local branch of the National Association of Purchasing Managers.
3. Describe your commitment to openness in government.
Out of respect for the man who fought the British Empire to form our kingdom, and placed not himself but us, the citizens, upon the throne, I believe we should have full knowledge of the activities of our ministers and servants, to keep them from mischief and us from peril.
4. Would you sign a transparency pledge?
Pledges have a poor history of effectiveness, in either preventing back door deals or exposing hidden agendas. Truth can withstand scrutiny. I pledge not to support anything I would not be willing to disclose.
5. What makes you qualified for the office you seek?
The only thing that disqualifies our current representative is his loyalty to parties other than the citizens of Nevada and a lack of respect for, coupled with an unwillingness to defend, the Constitution of the United States. Suffering from neither deficiency, I am qualified. It can also be said that having never had the desire to manage the affairs of others from public office might make me the best candidate to do so.
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Alex Miller for US Senate (Nevada)