Here’s my promise to you!
Brent Butcher left this comment on my website…
“Does anyone have a phone number that James Oscarson will answser? Myself and my neighbors are sick of getting Oscarson’s flyers in our mailbox. Our children and grandchildren don’t have to see this low and disgusting political advertisement in our homes.”
I’ve heard the same complaints about our “representative” over and over and over again from people just like you and Mr. Butcher throughout our district for months now…
- We can’t reach him!
- We can’t find him!
- We can’t talk to him!
- We never see him!
- We never hear back from him!
Since I’m a business owner, I fully understand and appreciate how important it is to be reachable by and responsive to the people I serve.
I wouldn’t have been in business successfully for the last 42 years if I wasn’t.
Which is why throughout our campaign I have always provided you an email address and my personal cell phone number so you can contact me directly.
And I answer you personally – because that was a great piece of business advice Warren Buffett gave me 25 years ago: “Always answer your phone.”
You don’t get a call back from a staffer or an assistant. You hear from me. Which is as it should be if you’re trusting me to represent you.
And you don’t get some “form letter” or email auto-responder.
If you ask me a direct question, you’ll get a direct answer. You might not always like the answer, but at least you know where I stand. As a voter and a citizen, you deserve no less.
So here’s my promise to you…
If you trust me with your vote on June 12th to represent you in the Nevada State Assembly instead of our current tax-hiking “invisible man,” you’ll continue to have the same direct access to me.
I’ll be as direct and available to you as your representative as I’ve been as your candidate. I won’t disappoint you. And I won’t hide behind staffers and assistants and form letters!
- If you have a question about where I stand on an issue, email me at [email protected] or call me on my personal cell at (775) 720-9090.
- If you have an idea or suggestion on how our state government can do things better, faster, cheaper or more efficiently, email me at [email protected] or call me on my personal cell at (775) 720-9090.
- If you have an opinion on how I should vote on a particular bill or issue, email me at [email protected] or call me on my personal cell at (775) 720-9090.
- If I or my office EVER let you down or don’t represent you the way I said I would and you deserve, email me at [email protected] or call me on my personal cell at (775) 720-9090.
And if you’re still not happy when 2020 rolls around, you should vote ME out just as we’re going to vote Mr. Oscarson out on June 12th!
All I ask is that you give me a chance to fully earn your trust. To paraphrase President Trump…
Considering how badly you’ve been (mis)represented and betrayed over the last six years, “What do you have to lose?”
Yours in liberty,
P.S. Reminder: Early voting starts on May 26. As the saying goes, vote early and vote often!
P.P.S. OK, I shouldn’t have written that. Oscarson’s going to accuse me of encouraging you to break the law! But here’s how you can vote “often” lawfully…
Talk to your neighbors, friends, co-workers and relatives. Tell them why you’re voting for me to represent you…and persuade them to do the same.
Then make sure they actually go out and VOTE!
Every person you talk to and convince to join you in voting to “fire” Mr. Oscarson is like voting a second, third, fourth or fifth time.
So YES…you can vote “often” legally!!!