RENO – The highly respected Heritage Foundation recently released its Election Integrity Scorecard. According to Heritage, “the scorecard ranks states based on how well they protect the security and integrity of the election process.” Nevada finished 50th out of 51 listings, following immediately behind California.

“Nevada voters deserve so much better. This is such an embarrassment for our state. Governor Sisolak’s terrible leadership at the behest of progressive pressure from legislators in Carson City on election integrity has left gaping holes in our system and left the very process of voting exposed and vulnerable to more fraud,” said Guy Nohra, Republican candidate for Governor.

“Look, I come at the issue of free and secure elections so sincerely and earnestly. As a young child growing up in war-torn Lebanon, I watched my mother hide her cross and risk her life to get through PLO checkpoints to vote because it was that important to her – to risk it all,” said Nohra. “Ensuring fair and honest elections instills trust and faith in our democracy. We must fully investigate all legitimate claims of voter fraud, enact voter ID, require robust signature matching, enhance cybersecurity and modernize our voting infrastructure.

“As a businessman, I tackled tough challenges, such as being a part of helping to find cures for cancer. Nevada voters are demanding change to secure our elections, and I can deliver. Voters can rest assured that when I am Governor, Nevada will have the most secure and honest elections in the country.”

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Following is a brief biographical background on Nohra:

Guy Nohra is a visionary entrepreneur who cofounded a Life Sciences Venture Capital firm that helped build 180 innovative biotech and medical technology companies. These companies are responsible for critical medical breakthroughs, saving lives, and creating thousands of American jobs.

Born in Lebanon, Guy Nohra saw his country torn apart by ethnic and religious strife. At the age of 15, he took up arms to defend his family, his community, and his Christian faith. For his safety and to continue his education, Guy’s parents sent him to live with his aunt in America.

Guy Nohra fell in love with America, excelling in academics, joining his high school football
team, and playing guitar in a rock cover band. He graduated from Stanford and then earned his MBA from the University of Chicago and went into the world of business.

Seven years after he arrived in the United States, Guy Nohra proudly took the oath to become an American Citizen. This is one of the proudest moments of his life.

Guy Nohra resides in Reno with his fiance and is the father of two daughters. He dedicates much of his extra time and resources to non-profits designed to help mentor our young people using music to give them inspiration, guidance, and support.