As the Nevada Republican party prepares for the upcoming legislative session, it must be decided how best to approach the role as a minority party. In the last session, party leaders were content to sit on their hands while Democrats solidified their hold on the state. If it wasn’t for Annie Black there would have been no opposition to the COVID Shutdown and none of the bills brought by Republicans were strongly pursued.
This session, While they will still have limited power and influence within the state government, they can still make their voices heard through strategic cooperation as a united front by focusing on issues that are important to Nevada residents and upholding core ideals. By rallying around key issues like energy independence for the state, education, and revoking the commerce tax and AB4, Nevada Republicans can demonstrate that they are committed to serving the needs of their constituents, even in times of opposition. With persistence and passion, they can gain the trust and support of Nevada voters and ensure that their voices continue to be heard in the years to come.
If Republicans do more of the same they ensure that Democrats keep this state blue for the next decade.