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Taxpayer Champs vs. Taxpayer Chumps

Here’s our working list of candidates who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge so far this campaign cycle. Consider this the “nice” list. The “naughty” list will be published later this week.

Candidates who want to be listed as taxpayer champs rather than taxpayer chumps before taxpayers go to the polls (early voting starts in less than a month) need to quickly go to, download a copy of the appropriate Pledge (the congressional Pledge is different from the state legislator’s Pledge which is slightly different from the gubernatorial Pledge), sign it in front of two witnesses, and then fax it to Karri Bragg’s attention at (702) 589-4879.

Taxpayer Protection Pledge Signers in 2010 Election:
(I)= Incumbent

Gov. Jim Gibbons (I)
Mayor Mike Montandon

Lt. Governor
Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki (I)

U.S. Senate
Sharron Angle
Chad Christensen
Sue Lowden
Danny Tarkanian

Congressional District 1
Michele Fiore
Craig Lake

Congressional District 2
Rep. Dean Heller (I)

Congressional District 3
Dr. Joe Heck
Ellie Ahern

State Senate District 5 (Clark)
Mike Roberson

State Senate District 8
Barbara Cegavske (I)

State Senate District 9 (Clark)
Elizabeth Halseth

State Senate District 12
Patrick McNaught

State Senate District 2 (Washoe)
Don Gustavson

State Senate District 4 (Washoe)
Todd Bailey

State Assembly District 2
Annie Black
John Hambrick (I)

State Assembly District 3
Eric Morelli

State Assembly District 4
Dick McArthur (I)

State Assembly District 5
Tibi Ellis

State Assembly District 10
Tyler Andrews

State Assembly District 15
Stan Vaughan

State Assembly District 16
Glenn Greener

State Assembly District 21
Cherlyn Arrington

State Assembly District 22
Calanit Atia
Scott Chappell

State Assembly District 33
Dale Andrus
Janine Hansen

State Assembly District 36
Ed Goedhart (I)
Dave Vanderbeek

State Assembly District 38
Gary Gladwill


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