“On education, Chamberlain took issue with the excise tax for marijuana, which he said was sold to the public as a tax that would directly benefit education. That’s not happening, he said.
Announcing at the school board meeting is a good fit, Chamberlain told the Review-Journal, because that’s where a lot of people who care about education gather.”
Read the full write up at – https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/politics-and-government/nevada/first-time-governor-candidate-will-focus-campaign-on-education/
After launching our campaign at the Clark County School Board meeting, we received this write up from Review Journal. Education is the foundation of our community, and truthfully, our state has had a hard time working on it. It’s time we really invest in our education system. This means finding the issues and finding what works, and improving drastically from there. I look forward to building the campaign with you all.