only LaFata is endorsed by the NV. Veterans Assoc. for Lt. Governor

Scott is now the only Lt. Governor candidate endorsed by the Nevada Veterans Association!  We support Nevada Veterans and they support our campaign.  

Scott's impromptu interview on KPVM News,

Scott's interview on KPVM News, Pahrump   Scott was interviewed on the Pahrump news by KPVM, providing an overview of his campaign and why he is running.     no graphics content permission was directly provided by the campaign for the video, which was produced in it's entirety by KPVM TV, Pahrump, Nevada

Democratic PAC to Spend Big on Nevada Governor Race

By RAMONA GIWARGIS / Las Vegas Review-Journal February 25, 2018 - 11:16 pm   The Democratic Governors Association will target Nevada as part of a plan to spend $20 million to elect Democratic governors in eight states. Nevada will be a focus of the group’s Unrig The Map initiative, an effort to win races that are key to 2021 redistricting. The $20 million investment is the largest Democratic electoral investment in redistricting, organizers said. The other targeted states are Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. In 27 of the 36 races in 2018, the governor has veto power and plays a significant role in the redistricting process. “As chair of the Democratic Governors Association and a former member of Congress, I know the role that Democratic Governors can play in ensuring fair maps and Congressional representation for the people of Nevada,” Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said. A new contender A Republican businessman will challenge Senate Minority Leader Michael Roberson for lieutenant governor in the June primary election. Scott LaFata is running on a “Nevada-first agenda” that promises to encourage small business growth by easing regulations and reducing taxes. LaFata has worked as a business management consultant and IT entrepreneur. “We want to try to bring outside major business to Nevada,” LaFata said in a phone interview. “I’m used to working with high-level business leaders, and my skill-set lends itself to the role of lieutenant governor. The lieutenant governor’s race includes Democrat Kate Marshall, the former state treasurer. Endorsements Marshall landed an endorsement from EMILY’s List, a group that pushes to elect pro-choice Democratic women, in her run for lieutenant governor. Marshall, the former state treasurer, is one of two endorsements by the group this election cycle. The group also backed gubernatorial candidateChris Giunchigliani in January. EMILY’s List president Stephanie Schriock said the group supports Marshall because of her ability to responsibly manage taxpayer dollars and create economic opportunities. “As state treasurer, she saved Nevada taxpayers millions of dollars and successfully managed the state’s investments during the economic downturn,” Schriock said. “And as a breast cancer survivor, Kate is committed to making sure every Nevada family has access to affordable, quality health care.” Contact Ramona Giwargis at or 702-380-4538. Follow @RamonaGiwargis on Twitter. Continue reading

Scott LaFata announces Nevada-first agenda for all Nevadans

Today, the LaFata for Lieutenant Governor campaign announces their Nevada-first agenda, which highlights the need to attract and nurture new business for Nevada's economic balance and future growth, across the state. Scott said, "Nevada-first is a bold new agenda to bring new businesses to Nevada, and we are planning summits to discuss industries such as advanced energy production, the 4th Industrial revolution potential, and Aerospace-Defense.  The potential for these industries in Nevada demands our attention as we move Nevada forward in multiple areas, and would help balance our existing economic engine" Scott is running as a Republican in the GOP primary election June 12, 2018 for Lieutenant Governor.   ###   For more information contact: Candy Binnings

Kevin Wall Show with LaFata- 790 AM KBET

Scott LaFata will be on the Kevin Wall Show on Thursday, Feb 8th at 9:30 AM. Please see our events page for station details across Nevada.   Continue reading