(Las Vegas, NV) — Candidates hoping to replace Steven Brooks in the Assembly will take part in a public forum.
The event begins at 6pm Monday inside the Clark County Commission chambers.
Commissioners are scheduled to pick a new legislator to represent Assembly District 11 at tomorrow’s meeting.
The Nine Candidates Who Qualified:
William Robinson II – He has spent years volunteering for the city and is the son of a former North Las Vegas city councilman.
Michael Kelley – A Compliance investigator with the Nevada Taxi Cab Authority.
Michelle Jotz – A former legislative lobbyist for police unions. She is a detective for Metro’s Internal Affairs Bureau.
Meli Pulido – A 25 year employee of the City of Las Vegas, now retired. She now directs the nonprofit Project 150. Pulido has the support of Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow.
Glynn Coleman – A 22 year employee of the the State of Nevada, and now a career specialist with a job training company.
Kelly Thomas – He formerly represented Assembly District 16 in 1999. He now works for a contractor.
Fred Young – A former businessman and court baliff.
Tyrone Thompson – A coordinator of homeless programs with the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition.
Mujahid Ramadan – CEO of a consulting firm and former state drug policy director.