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Meet Pat

Dr. Pat Spearman served in the U.S. Army for 29.5 years and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. In 2017, Spearman earned a Doctorate in Business Administration with an emphasis on Renewable Energy. Currently, she is a State Senator (D-NV) in North Las Vegas' District 1 and holds positions, including Co-Majority Whip; Chair of Health and Human Services Committee; Vice Chair of Commerce, Labor, and Energy Committee (Chair of Energy Subcommittee); and Member of the Education Committee. Dr. Pat Spearman is also a Government Relations Advisor of the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce, an ordained minister, and a national speaker and advocate for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and more renewable energy advancements after successful passage of her own legislation in Nevada."

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Nevada's 4th congressional district ranked by Politico as one of "The top 10 House races to watch in 2018Key districts around the country that will define next year's battle for control of the House."

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Pat In Action

Spearman Speaking at 2016 DNC

Featured on 'Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution'

 

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Years as Nevada state Senator

Elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2016 with landslide victories, Pat Spearman is the Senator for Nevada’s 1st Senate District, which represents North Las Vegas.

 

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bills passed

From LGBTQ+ rights to job creation, Pat has successfully introduced and passed numerous pieces of important legislation while serving the people of Nevada’s 1st.

 
 

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Years of Military Service

Pat served 29 years in the Military Police Corps of the United States Army, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel.

 
 

Priorities

 

Equality

Healthcare

Veterans

Education

Energy

 

Economy

 
 
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In the News

January 2018

"There will be battles to fight and hills to climb, but we are Nevadans, and we are battle-tested," said Spearman, a recently announced Democratic contender in Nevada's 4th congressional district. "We will not stop until this victory has been won. We shall overcome. We must overcome. We will overcome, because we're stronger together."

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