For Immediate Release
January 18th, 2016
Contact: Dave Chase, (702) 350-2744
Las Vegas, NV — State Senator Ruben Kihuen and candidate for U.S. Congress in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District formally announced his vote as a super delegate to Hillary Clinton for President today.
“I am proud to announce that I will formally pledge my super delegate vote as a Democratic National Committeeman for Nevada to Secretary Clinton for President of the United States today. We both have fought hard in our careers to ensure working families have access to health care, a living wage, and that we invest in early childhood education. It’s important that Democrats retain the office of President and Hillary is the candidate that offers a track record of results. I look forward to an historic November where we elect Secretary Clinton as first female President, Catherine Cortez Masto as the first Latina in the U.S. Senate and myself as the first immigrant to Congress in Nevada history.”
State Senator Ruben Kihuen is running as a Democrat in Nevada’s 4th Congressional District. Ruben has a proven record of real results for working families. Born in Mexico, Ruben and his family immigrated to the United States in search of a better life. He worked his way through college and after graduation was inspired to “pay it forward” by working with other students at College of Southern Nevada. In the legislature, Ruben helped craft landmark bi-partisan bills increasing funding for our schools and making college more affordable, and he beat back a reckless Republican agenda attempting to dismantle worker’s rights, restrict women’s health care and repeal LGBTQ protections. Ruben is running for Congress to ensure everyone has a fair shot at the American Dream.