Las Vegas, NV January 30, 2024 — Today, Dr. Jon Petrick, candidate for Assembly District 21, visited the border to witness the aftermath of the recent caravans and the chaos that has ensued. Dr. Petrick expressed deep concern over the litter and garbage left behind, highlighting the urgent need for strong and effective border policies.
Once boasting the safest and most secure border with historically low levels of illegal entrance, drugs, and trafficking, Dr. Petrick emphasized that a return to those standards is not only possible but imperative for the safety and well-being of our nation.
Witnessing the Fallout:
During his visit, Dr. Petrick observed the tangible consequences of the recent influx at the border—strewn litter and garbage. He remarked on the challenges faced by border communities and the urgent need for comprehensive solutions.
Restoring Safety and Security:
Dr. Petrick firmly believes that with the right leadership and strategic planning, the border can be secured once again. He pledges to work towards policies that prioritize the safety of American citizens and jobs. By implementing effective measures, he aims to reduce illegal entrances, drug trafficking, and other criminal activities that pose a threat to our nation’s children.
Protecting American Jobs and Ensuring Election Integrity:
Highlighting the need for leaders with a comprehensive plan, Dr. Petrick stressed the importance of protecting American jobs and preventing illegal voting. He noted that open borders can compromise the integrity of elections and harm the livelihoods of hardworking Americans. Dr. Petrick is committed to implementing policies that secure jobs for Americans and safeguard the democratic process.
A Call to Action:
Dr. Jon Petrick concluded his visit by urging the community to join him in the fight to restore safety and security at the border. He emphasized the importance of electing leaders who prioritize the well-being of their constituents and have a clear plan to address border challenges at the local level protecting the jobs of his community.
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Campaign Manager: Raymond Serano (702) 755-2438