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Letter: Local businessman endorses Oscarson

Over the last few years, I have had the privilege of working with James Oscarson, growing not only Spring Mountain Motorsports but Pahrump and Nevada as a whole.

I can tell you firsthand that James cares about the community that he serves and about Nevada. James will make the best decisions for our district. James has been an integral part of ensuring that the BLM releases land back to Nevadans.

James is also a huge supporter of education and the future of our children, and his voting record proves that. James FIGHTS for YOUR gun rights and your water rights, in order to ensure that they are everlasting and NEVER taken away.

As a business owner who ACTUALLY pays the Commerce Tax, passed because we had a dire need that has been overlooked for too long, we see the benefit of taking our school system from the bottom and funding it to foster growth in our students, so that they may have additional opportunities to learn and to develop into productive citizens of Nevada.

I want to say thank you to James Oscarson for standing his ground and fighting for the conservative values that we, as Nevadans, hold.

As a permanent resident of Pahrump, I encourage every voter in Assembly District 36 to make the right decision on Nov 8, 2016. I stand strongly behind James Oscarson because he is the right choice for this seat and will take care of the business of Assembly District 36 and Nevada.

Good Luck to my friend James Oscarson!

John Morris

CEO, Spring Mountain Motorsports

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