Ellen Spiegel, Assemblywoman AD20 & Candidate for Senate 7

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How to Support Ellen Barre Spiegel

There are many ways you can help support Ellen Barre Spiegel in her campaign to represent District 7 in the Nevada Senate:

        

  • Contribute Online by clicking on "Donate" above (note, this is a secure transaction using PayPal)
  • Mail checks payable to "Ellen Spiegel Campaign" to: 2764 N. Green Valley Pkwy.,  #327  Henderson, NV 89014
  • Nevada law allows candidates to receive contributions up  to $10,000.00 per entity or individual. ($5,000 is allowed for  the primary, and $5,000 is allowed for the general election).   
  • Contributions and in-kind donations/gifts to Ellen Spiegel  Campaign are not deductible for Federal income tax purposes.
  • Additionally, Nevada state law requires that campaigns  report the name and mailing address of individuals and entities who  contribute over $100.  
  • Click here to send us an email if you have a question about contributing.  Your  contribution means a lot, and we want to make it as easy as possible. 
  • Voice Your Support - Click here to send us an email, allowing Ellen to count you as a supporter.  Please include your full name, address and telephone number.     
  • Volunteer to Help:    Click here to send us an email letting us know that you'd like to volunteer.  Please include your full name, address, telephone number and indicate  what type of help you'd like to provide (walking a precinct (if you live  in a gated community in District 7 we need a resident in each of them  to walk their neighborhood with Ellen), displaying a "front yard sign"  at your home or a "window sign" at your business or apartment, helping  with a mailer (stuffing envelopes, etc.), fundraising,  phoning voters,  etc.).

Ellen Spiegel chairing an Assembly Commerce and Labor hearing in 2019.

Ellen Spiegel chairing an Assembly Commerce and Labor hearing in 2019.