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Stephen F. Sisolak born December 26, is an American businessman and politician serving as the 30th and current Governor of Nevada since A member of the Democratic Party , he previously chaired the Clark County Commission from to After becoming involved in several civic causes and government projects, Sisolak won election to the Nevada Board of Regents and served from to In , he won election to the Clark County Commission and was reelected in and On November 6, , Sisolak defeated Republican nominee, Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt in the general election , becoming the first Democrat serving in the Nevada governorship since Bob Miller left office in Sisolak was born in Milwaukee , Wisconsin , the son of Mary, who worked at a convenience store and Edward Frank Sisolak — , a project engineer for General Motors.
Sisolak earned a B. Both of his daughters attended UNLV. Sisolak is a successful entrepreneur, and was a partner in the American Distributing Company, a venture that sells coffee cups, pens, and other promotional items to businesses, as well as holding a partnership in a second company, Associated Industries.
He began his involvement in elected office by winning a seat on the Nevada Board of Regents in , where he served for 10 years. He was then elected to the Clark County Commission, with his term beginning in During his time on the Board of Regents, Sisolak discovered that thousands of Nevada students had been wrongly charged out-of-state tuition and won refunds for these students.
Sisolak fought to bring back a popular apprenticeship program at the College of Southern Nevada that has been abruptly canceled during the recession.
After joining the commission in , Sisolak was "vehemently opposed to raising property taxes"  and property tax rates remained flat during his entire tenure on the commission.
Sisolak won praise from the conservative Nevada Policy Research Institute for fighting against waste, fraud, and abuse. Sisolak successfully fought to cut the pay that Clark County Commissioners receive.
Under Sisolak's chairmanship, Clark County opened The Harbor, an innovative juvenile justice resources center that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and has prevented 3, youths from entering the criminal justice system.
In addition to the county commission, Sisolak's other government involvement includes vice president and board of directors member for the Las Vegas Valley Water District and board of directors member for the Southern Nevada Water Authority.
On January 7, , Sisolak was sworn in as the 30th Governor of Nevada. On May 30, , Sisolak vetoed a bill that proposed the adoption of National Popular Vote Interstate Compact in the presidential elections.
Sisolak first won election as a member of the Nevada Board of Regents in November Sisolak won a close race to replace out-going Republican Commissioner Bruce Woodbury in November Sisolak had considered running for Governor of Nevada in ,  but declined in February Sisolak won re-election as County Commissioner in November Sisolak won the November 6, , general election for Governor of Nevada, winning Sisolak was long considered a potential candidate for Governor of Nevada in the election.
Although he lost all but two county-level jurisdictions, he carried the two largest, Clark and Washoe. He won primarily on the strength of carrying Clark County by 86, votes, more than double his statewide margin of 39, votes.
Sisolak's campaign priorities were education, healthcare, and the economy. Sisolak supported Question 1, also known as Marsy's Law, the crime victims rights bill.
Sisolak married in the late s and had two daughters with his wife, Lori "Dallas" Garland. Sisolak and Garland later divorced. Sisolak dated Kathleen Boutin Vermillion, who at the time of her relationship with Sisolak was a Henderson city councilwoman.
Still, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled that landowners can seek compensation if planes flying below feet hinder their ability to develop high-rise buildings.
Sisolak maintained that his land, acquired before Clark County imposed height restrictions, has been devalued and that he was entitled to compensation.
The campaign was intensely heated against Republican governor nominee Adam Laxalt, and Sisolak wanted to wait before popping the question.
It was my fiancee's moment, assuming she said yes," Sisolak said. While enjoying personal and professional triumphs, he still pays tribute to his Midwestern roots.
He took his first job at years-old. The Sisolak family lived on 93rd and Capitol, behind where a Mister Donut shop used to be.
His dad was an engineer and his mom worked at a grocery store. He described the school as "crowded to the rafters" with kids. McBride said there were 25 boys on the basketball team and he and Sisolak often "rode the bench" during games.
He thought Sisolak was a tall, quiet, and a super nice kid. Sisolak worked full-time to put himself through college at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
In January of , he packed up his car and headed towards palm trees and bigger opportunities. Sisolak is eager to be sworn in and address the issues that need attention, such as health care, improvements in education, and expanding job opportunities.
He has seen a growth spurt in northern Nevada and hopes to continue broaden it beyond gaming and hospitality. Another concern is the need for tighter background checks for gun buyers.
On the commission, Steve was known as a coalition builder and problem solver. Steve is proud to be able to call Nevada home and is honored to serve our families as their governor.
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