William W. "Bill" Boyd, Paradise Valley Resident, Announces Bid for Nevada Governor
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By: Boyd for Nevada
"Nevada stole my heart over thirty years ago and was the natural choice for me to choose to relocate to, after bureaucracy started chipping away at my heritage in California. I'm determined to preserve the heritage of Nevada for generations to come," Boyd said. "We need to take a good look at where our State's money is being spent, where it can best be allocated, and how to improve education and infrastructure before the State falls completely apart."
Boyd also stressed the importance of being accessible to the people of Nevada during this campaign and invited people to email and call him directly to discuss what is important to them personally and listen to what they want. Boyd will be a statewide candidate focusing on the issues and challenges faced by all Nevada residents in every corner in the state. He particularly wants to listen to those in the small towns, and the rural areas who often feel that they don't "have a say in things".
Boyd said that he is focused on the biggest issues that the state is facing, as well as National issues that affect the state, and states that government overspending, and overreach need to be reigned in as well as education needs to be overhauled. In discussing the Second Amendment, Boyd is a "firm believer in the Second Amendment" but stressed that people need to be responsible and educated gun owners.
Boyd's first appearance on the campaign trail, will be this week at the Forum for Constitual Candidates held by the Republican Jewish Coalition of Northern Nevada on March 13th, 2018 at the Atlantis Casino in Reno.
The election for the State of Nevada will be on November 6th, 2018. For more information or to volunteer to support Boyd please visit: BoydForNevada.com
About William W. "Bill" Boyd
An entrepreneur in the transportation industry, William W. "Bill" Boyd was raised on his family ranch overlooking the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County, California. Boyd has experience in farming, ranching, along with the mining and timber industries. Boyd relocated to Nevada from California in 2012.