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Integrity. Experience. Vision.

“It has been my honor and privilege to serve the residents of District A. I promise to continue working hard to protect our neighborhoods and improve our unique quality of life.”

– County Commissioner Michael Naft

Dedicated to Public Service

Since his appointment by Governor Steve Sisolak in 2019, Michael has been committed to providing the same high level of assistance that he has delivered throughout his career in public service.

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Michael Naft
Michael Naft1 week ago
.@ClarkCountyNV is launching another round of #smallbusiness grants. Up to $30,000 is available through the #CARESAct for business with less than 50 employees.

https://www.clarkcountynv.gov/government/departments/economic_development/economic_recovery/index.php
Michael Naft
Michael Naft2 weeks ago
"Residents want to be able to report issues and have them resolved in a way that’s easy and convenient for them," county Commissioner Michael Naft said in a press release. "FixIt will be an important tool for improving Clark County’s customer service."

https://news3lv.com/news/local/clark-county-launches-reporting-tool-for-service-requests-covid-19-violations
Michael Naft
Michael Naft3 weeks ago
I am truly humbled to have been elected by the residents of District A to continue serving as their representative on the Clark County Commission.

Fulfilling Governor Steve Sisolak’s term has been an extraordinary honor and I am so grateful to him for entrusting me with the seat he held for a decade. I remain eternally grateful to Congresswoman Dina Titus, who showed me what it means to be a public servant. Lauren, Alivia, my parents Ava and Richard, Charlene, Andy, Archer, and Beck, Jack and Carol, and Nick and Amanda have always been by my side, encouraging me and offering their help at every step of this process.

My campaign was fueled by hundreds of donors and volunteers who stepped up to support me as a first-time candidate. I do not take that for granted and will always remember the generosity of so many individuals who gave their “time, talent, and treasure” – to quote the late Regent Sam Lieberman.

During this campaign, I spoke about getting our economy back on track. I strongly believe that we must take control of the pandemic to restart our economy and will be fighting every day to ensure that we are able to preserve our unique quality of life, here in Clark County.
Michael Naft
Michael Naft3 weeks ago
Sin City meets the City of Angels, who will come out on top? Don’t miss the Las Vegas Raiders take the field against the Los Angeles Chargers today at 1:05PM. #JustWinBaby #RaiderNation
1 day ago
. @MittRomney: "I happen to be a deficit hawk. I don't like borrowing money. I don't like spending money we don't have. But the time to borrow money—maybe the only time to borrow money—is when there's a crisis. And this is a crisis. We want to help people at this particular time."
3 days ago
This Tuesday👇 https://t.co/gT8ZVP2JVB
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Join us on Facebook this Tuesday for Virtual First Tuesday! https://t.co/W4RquRWU3f
3 days ago
Overnight lane closures on Eastern Ave at I-215 start Nov. 30 for bridge work. Closures take place 10pm to 5am. Here's the schedule:
Nov. 30: NB Eastern at I-215 closed
Dec. 1 & 2: SB Eastern at I-215 closed https://t.co/RmHFaaN5q5
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