(Las Vegas, NV) – Republican Assembly District 9 candidate Kelly Hurst today filed a complaint in District Court against his opponent Andrew Martin alleging that Martin does not reside in Assembly District 9 and should be disqualified from the ballot.
Hurst and his attorney Frank Cremen say that Martin never moved into the district as he claims.
“Andrew Martin says that ‘Accountability is the change we need.’ I agree! He should be accountable to the people of this district who need a representative who actually lives in the district and doesn’t just use an address of a condo he purchased for cash three months before the filing date and two months after the redistricting lines were drawn.”
“He’s attempting to buy an assembly seat, and cheat the people of Assembly District 9 out of a basic American principle, a representative government. They need a representative who lives in the district, experiences all their challenges and joys and can actually address their needs, instead of someone who just gives lip service, lies to the voters and uses the power of office for his own agenda. It’s time to hold those who lie to the public and the state accountable,” said Hurst.
Hurst and Cremen say they have proof that Martin has continuously lived outside the district and is in violation of numerous state laws* which require candidates to “actually” live in their districts and requires them to swear under oath that it’s true.
*See NRS 293.184; 293.1755; 293C.1865
Affidavit of Tom Dillard & Exibits – License Private Investigator
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