Richard “Skip” Daly
I consider it an honor and privilege to serve as your assemblyman. While the legislature is not in session right now, I am continuing to work on your behalf. I am walking door to door, talking with constituents. If we don’t have the chance to talk, I hope you will contact me any time by phone or email with any questions, thoughts or problems I might be able to help you with. I will get back to you as soon as possible.
While much of the attention these days is on what’s happening in Washington, there are many issues facing our state. You can share your thoughts on these or any other issues by calling or emailing me, or leaving your comments on the form on this page.
I’m Working For You – Some measures passed in 2017:
1) Continuing to strengthen our middle class by bringing new jobs to our area. We passed legislation giving Nevada businesses “first crack” at state purchasing contracts, putting Nevada businesses and Nevada workers first (AB 280).
2) Improving our schools to provide a good education to every student. Several programs implemented in 2015 are showing significant results. An additional $200 million was invested in our public schools (SB 544) to continue and strengthen the programs that are getting positive results.
3) Making quality, affordable health care available to all Nevadans. We passed the strongest pharmaceutical transparency legislation in the nation (SB 539).
4) Providing our Veterans the services they need. We appropriated $33 million for a Northern Nevada Veterans Home in Sparks (SB 546).
Issues: Nevada Workers First – job and income security
I will continue to work to ensure the new jobs coming to our state go to Nevada workers … (click to read more on the Issues page…)
Over the next few months, I will share my vision for the future of Nevada highlighting my record and the stark differences between me and my opponent, particularly on education and its importance to the future economic well-being of our state. As a lifelong resident of Northern Nevada, I have a long history of involvement in our community and a record of getting things done to improve the lives of real people.