(Sigal Chattah) – I signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge promising Nevadans that I would oppose any and all efforts to increase taxes months ago.
As of today, my liberal Republican opponent in Tuesday’s GOP primary, Tisha Black, still hasn’t. And here’s why it’s important to you…
In 2019, Democrats passed a pair of tax hikes without the 2/3 super-majority required by law. Republicans successfully sued to block the unconstitutional vote. Guess who fought in court to save those tax hikes?
Democrat Attorney General Aaron Ford.
He didn’t fight for the Nevada taxpayers who overwhelmingly voted – TWICE! – to put that 2/3 requirement in our Constitution. Instead, he fought to raise your taxes, declaring in court that both were constitutional.
You won’t have to worry about this with me. Again, I’ve proudly signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge that my opponent has refused to sign.
If she’s elected, she’ll go along to get along. Just as she always has.
If the Carson City swamp creatures who are funding her campaign want an unconstitutional tax hike, she won’t fight them. She’ll just roll over hoping to have her tummy rubbed.
Tisha is a moderate, pro-choice Republican now “identifying” as a conservative despite a history of donating thousands upon thousands of dollars to Democrats such as Harry Reid and Steve Sisolak.
If you want a cute lapdog as your Republican attorney general nominee, Tish is your wish. But if you want a pit bull who will fight for you, I’m your huckleberry.
The primary election is Tuesday. And I ask for your vote.
Sherman Frederick, co-founder of Battle Born Media, wrote recently about how badly Nevada Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak and Democrat Attorney General Aaron Ford handled the COVID crisis…
“We know what you did in the summer of 2020, Gov. Steve Sisolak. You shut down Nevada churches in the teeth of the COVID-19, while letting a myriad of other businesses gather.
“The governor and Attorney General Aaron Ford were taken to court and summarily admonished for the blunder. … As the court said, a public health emergency did not give Gov. Sisolak carte blanche to deny the constitutional rights of churchgoers. …
“(T)he thinking was that moviegoers and casino gamblers could gather, but people who attend houses of worship could not. It was a horrible call. He lost in court.”
And yes, I was one of the attorneys who sued him and Ford…and beat them!
- “Chattah, who was born in Israel and moved to the U.S. at age 14, has gained popularity among Republican activists for her lawsuits challenging decisions from Gov. Steve Sisolak’s administration regarding the state’s vaccine rollout, occupancy limits in churches amid the pandemic and restrictions to the legislative building during last year’s session.” – Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez, Nevada Independent
- “In May 2020, Sigal Chattah, who’s running for attorney general as a Republican, sued Gov. Steve Sisolak over his decision to close churches. That lawsuit was successful after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Sisolak.” – Las Vegas Review-Journal, 12/18/21
- “Chattah is well-known in Nevada for her prominence as a lawyer in a range of actions against the state’s anti-COVID restrictions. Most notably, in the 9th Circuit, the most liberal federal court of appeals, she helped overturn the state’s ban on gatherings over 50 in houses of worship.” – Times of Israel, 12/19/21
Sigal Chattah is a Republican running for Nevada Attorney General. For more information, please visit sigalchattah.com