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Dean has passed more than 100 different pieces of legislation into law including proposals to protect veterans, support small businesses, boost the economy, and fight vile crimes such as human trafficking.
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Dean Heller’s Record of Delivering for Nevada, Over 100 Pieces of Legislation Passed

There is no doubt that Dean delivers for Nevada. He has passed more than 100 different pieces of legislation into law that have positively impacted Nevada small businesses and families, Veterans, and seniors. See the list of 100+ pieces of Dean’s legislation that have passed and become law >> Dean was also ranked as the 5th most bipartisan Senator in the United States Senate and has a proven …

What is Jacky afraid of? (Democrat Jacky Rosen won’t agree to debate)

LAS VEGAS – It’s been two weeks and Jacky Rosen still has not committed to a debate in Las Vegas and Reno. In fact, Rosen is so stricken with fear by the idea of debating Dean Heller, her staff has blown off two meetings just to talk about debates with television stations and the Heller campaign. After being approached by two different affiliates, the Heller campaign agreed to …

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Senator Heller is a courageous leader who isn’t afraid to do what is necessary.

- Sam McKenna

I support Dean Heller because he values the needs of Nevadans.

- Deandre Waters

I support Dean Heller because I know he is a stand up guy who is doing what’s best for Nevada.

- Dorin Evenden

A RECORD OF DELIVERING FOR NEVADA

Since coming to the U.S. Senate, Dean Heller has passed more than 100 different pieces of legislation into law including his proposals to protect Nevada’s 300,000 military veterans, support small businesses, boost the state’s tourism economy, and fight vile crimes such as human trafficking.

Dean was ranked as the 5th most bipartisan Senator in the United States Senate and has a proven record of crossing party lines to improve the lives of Nevadans. Under two different presidential administrations, Dean’s proposals have put Nevadans ahead.

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