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Andrew Yang Coming to Vegas this Friday

Andrew Yang Coming to Vegas this Friday

Andrew Yang arrives in Las Vegas May 20th for multiple stops around the Valley to promote Open Primaries, Ranked Choice Voting and to endorse Congressional candidates Randell Hynes in District 3 and Mercedes Krause in District 2. A happy hour event starts at 3pm upstairs at Kona Grill—Boca Park, where […]
Ballotpedia Candidate Connection Survey
Ballotpedia

Ballotpedia Candidate Connection Survey

Randell S. Hynes completed Ballotpedia's Candidate Connection survey in 2021. The survey questions appear in bold and are followed by Hynes' responses.
League of Women Voters—Voter Guide
Vote411 Voter Guide

League of Women Voters—Voter Guide

What, if any, steps should be taken to curb gun violence in our country? Randell "Randy" Hynes There are many categories of gun violence. The most abhorrent and I believe the one that we focus on are murder sprees. When a person chooses to take a gun to a location in order to murder as many strangers as possible. I believe and the details often prove, in order to become infamous. Mental illness and usually no planned escape route are two details that support this theory.
Randy Hynes—Common-Sense
The Natural Curiosity Project

Randy Hynes—Common-Sense

In March 2021 I published my novel, “The Nation We Knew.” It’s built around a simple question: What would happen if a new president came into power, a president with a commitment to the people, not the party, a president consumed with the idea of building progress on a platform of common sense. How might this president reinvent healthcare, infrastructure, education, corrections, foreign policy, transportation, and the government itself, if she (that’s right—she) could get Washington to leave the elephants and donkeys outside to tear up the lawn and focus on where the nation needs to be, not where it is? What would that look like? Happily, the book became a best-seller. A month after the book came out, I received a call from Randell Hynes. Randy is running for election to the U.S. House to represent Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District. He told me that he had read my book, and that it aligned very much with his goals as a political candidate—to focus on people, not party, and do the right thing for the nation by doing the right thing for its citizens. A few days ago, I interviewed Randy. I hope you enjoy our conversation.
3rd Congressional District sees primaries on both sides
Las Vegas Review-Journal

3rd Congressional District sees primaries on both sides

Spirited Democratic and Republican primaries in Congressional District 3 will set the table for a matchup this fall for a seat sought by both parties vying for control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Incumbent Rep. Susie Lee faces software developer Randell Hynes in the Democratic primary June 14, with both highlighting centrist approaches to energy, economic recovery and the ongoing drought.
Nevada Voter Guide 2022—Candidate Profile
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada Voter Guide 2022—Candidate Profile

I have a passion for speaking up for people without a voice. I solve problems with the classical approach of identifying the problem, its cause, finding the best solutions, then deciding the best course of action or actions, before implementing the solution. It seems the only problem ever identified in Congress is how to maintain or get control of each chamber and the only solution is to take the opposite position of the other major party to maintain the status quo.
Endorsement by Independent Black Voters Group
Independent Black Voters Group

Endorsement by Independent Black Voters Group

Thank you, Mr Harris, for the endorsement and for keeping me honest during your interview. It means a lot. I'll continue to be honest and transparent wherever this road leads.
Voters can take their voice back
Las Vegas Sun

Voters can take their voice back

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 Informing voters should be a top priority for all Americans. Cries of voter disenfranchisement were loud and long when Voter ID was mentioned, even though the location of voters without IDs was largely a mystery.
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