Keystone Corporation will be holding its 2022 Annual Breakfast on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 featuring a Gubernatorial Candidate Forum. The event starts at 7:30 am at the Orleans Hotel & Casino. The candidates who have been invited to the Forum include: Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, former U.S. Senator Dean Heller, North Las Vegas John Lee, Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore and businessman and entrepeneur Guy Norha. After the formal part of the forum, the candidates will be available to meet and greet Keystone members and their guests.
Keystone’s announcement of its Annual Breakfast was received with a number of questions regarding the selection of the gubernatorial candidates. The selection of candidates was based on a membership survey sent to all of Keystone’s active members. The number of invitations (5) was based on Keystone’s desire to obtain more in-depth answers to questions of interest to its membership and in line with its pro-business mission. Keystone membership is open to all civic-minded individuals who want to promote a business-friendly state and create prosperity for all Nevadans. Membership information can be found at www.keystonenevada.com. Annual Breakfast tickets can be purchased at www.keystonenevada.com.
Keystone is proud to have supported the 2020 lawsuit in which the Nevada Supreme Court unanimously ruled against Democrat legislators, stating that their two tax bills in 2019 violated Article 4, Section 18(2) of the Nevada Constitution which requires the agreement of at least 2/3rds of the members of each house of the Nevada Legislature to pass any bill “which creates, generates, or increases any public revenue in any form, including by not limited to taxes, fees, assessments and rates, or changes in the computation bases for taxes, fees, assessments and rates.” This lawsuit stopped an insidious encroachment by politicians to increase taxes on our citizens in violation of the State Constitution.
Keystone is also proud to have supported pro-business candidates in 2020, which resulted in victories in 20 out of 22 legislative races.