Municipal Elections Results
The election results are in and I cannot say that I am surprised. All of our conservative candidates lost by a handful of votes and Las Vegas gun owners are in for some hard times ahead. With the State Preemption on the chopping block local municipalities will have virtually unlimited power in crafting their own gun laws which can be voted in and implemented overnight at a snap of fingers.
Here are the results
Total turn out in Las Vegas was 26, 979 . That’s a whopping(insert a sarcastic smirk here) 4.5% of the population.
Brian Knudsen is the winner at 1,245 votes. Ray Sherman who would have fought for our rights only got 237 votes. He lost by 1008 votes .
Diaz Olivia was declared a winner after receiving 1016 votes . Our candidate Mooneyham Shawn received 90 votes. He lost by 926 votes. I know that ward 3 is not conservative ground but I think we have more than 90 republicans living there. They never showed up.
Goodman won her third term with 22,316 votes. Our candidate as well as all others trailed by a large margin and only received 1000+ votes.
We lost more ground due to low turn out and apathy. While our enemies are more energized than ever conservatives choose to stay home and do absolutely nothing about it.
What to expect.
More gun free zones (like parks and public areas) where you will have to choose between becoming a felon or leaving your family defenseless.
Zoning restrictions designed to choke gun stores out of business.
Gun registration will come back
Semi auto rifle bans and magazine bans.
Anything you can imagine will be on the table and will be signed into law.
We are well on track in becoming a state with gun laws that even California will consider extreme. But I guess , even though there are over a million gun owners in Nevada and at least 200 thousand in Vegas, there is not much we can do if they stay at home on election day and then act surprised when Soros’s and Blumberg’s minions pass laws turning them into criminals. Its a sad state of affairs and a sad State to live in.