Dr. Fred Simon for US House of Representatives



In the great state of Nevada, we have a solemn duty to honor and support our veterans who have selflessly served our nation with unwavering dedication and courage. These brave men and women have answered the call of duty, sacrificing time with their families, enduring hardships, and risking their lives to protect the freedoms we hold dear. It is incumbent upon us as a community to rally around our veterans and ensure that they receive the respect, care, and resources they need as they transition back to civilian life.



Nevada, the time has come to show that education is not just an afterthought but a top priority in our state! We cannot afford to continue neglecting the future of our citizens by failing to invest in all levels of education. From early childhood education to junior colleges, state universities, and trade schools, every aspect of our educational system deserves attention and resources.


The Second Amendment is a fundamental cornerstone of our freedom and democracy. It guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms, empowering individuals to protect themselves, their families, and their property. This essential right serves as a critical safeguard against tyranny and oppression, ensuring that citizens have the means to defend their liberties and resist any potential threats to their safety and security.


Ensuring accessible and high-quality healthcare in Nevada must be a top priority for the future. The healthcare landscape in Nevada, like in many other states, faces challenges that require a multifaceted approach to address effectively. One crucial aspect that demands attention is the doctor-patient relationship. Strengthening this relationship is essential for fostering trust, improving communication, and ultimately enhancing the quality of care delivered.  



Safeguarding and protecting our borders is a fundamental responsibility that plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety, security, and sovereignty of our nation. By implementing robust border protection measures, we can effectively manage and control the flow of people, goods, and illicit activities across our borders. This not only helps to prevent potential threats and risks from entering our country but also promotes law and order, contributes to national unity, and upholds the integrity of our immigration system. Ultimately, investing in border security is an investment in the well-being and prosperity of our communities and the future of our nation.


The general increase in prices of goods and services over time, can have negative effects on citizens in Nevada. As prices rise, the purchasing power of the dollar decreases, leading to a decrease in the standard of living for many individuals and families in the state. Inflation can erode savings, reduce the real wages of workers, and make it more difficult for people to afford basic necessities such as food, housing, and healthcare. For residents of Nevada, particularly those on fixed incomes or with lower wages, inflation can pose a significant financial burden and impact their overall quality of life. It's important for individuals and policymakers to be aware of these effects and work towards strategies to mitigate the impact of inflation on citizens in the state.