Richard “Skip” Daly
I am honored to once again have the privilege to represent you, the constituents of Assembly District 31, in the Nevada Assembly. Thank you so much for your support and the hospitality you showed me as I walked door to door through our district over the past several months. I enjoyed having the opportunity to talk with so many of you.
I am looking forward to being your voice in the 2017 legislative session, fighting to protect our middle class values and to move our state forward. The session began February 6, 2017. I am committed to working with my colleagues in both parties to bring good jobs with benefits to our state, and to make sure Nevada workers get those jobs, to expand vocational education, improve all our schools, and to help ensure retirement security for our senior citizens.
We have a lot of work to do.
I always want to hear from you. Please submit any thoughts or questions you have about the legislative session or any issue. Use the contact form on this page and I will get back to you.
Thank you again for your support … Skip
(08/24/2016) … 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…)
It was my honor to represent Assembly District 31 during the 2011 and 2013 legislative sessions. I ran, and won, in 2016 to once again represent Assembly District 31 in the Nevada Legislature because I believe our district deserves a representative who will work with everyone to put the interests of our state ahead of extreme partisanship and who will find real solutions to the problems and needs facing our state. We need answers, not Washington-style gridlock and obstruction.
Over the next few months, I will share my vision for the future of Nevada and the stark difference between the previous incumbent and me, 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.