Dan”BigDan” Rodimer

Dan”BigDan” Rodimer

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Dan "Big Dan"  Rodimer

Republican for U.S. House of Representatives CD 3

 

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CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES

 

Please share briefly what inspired you to run for this office and why you feel you’re qualified for the position.

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

What policies would you pursue to diversify the state’s economy and create new jobs that pay a living wage?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

In 2019, Nevada joined the US Climate Alliance and took aggressive steps to address climate change by increasing our Renewable Portfolio Standard and encourage a shift to clean energy sources such as solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, and wind. What policies do you support to continue this effort, particularly in the transportation sector?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

With the possibility of the Affordable Care Act being repealed by the Supreme Court, including the Medicaid expansion and protections on coverage for preexisting conditions, what should be done to address the issues Nevada will face under that scenario?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

What are your recommendations for paid sick days and paid family leave?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

In Nevada, childcare costs can sometimes exceed the cost of rent and public university tuition. What policy solutions will you support to substantially address these rising costs for families?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

What do you believe is the best approach ensure all of Nevada’s children have equal access to a quality education?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

The General Mining Act of 1872 was written to facilitate mineral extraction as quickly and cheaply as possible–leaving out federal royalties for mining. A lot has changed in 148 years, and since then, mining companies have left hundreds of thousands of abandoned mines across Nevada with the cleanup bill left to the taxpayers. How do you believe we should reform the 1872 General Mining Act to better protect taxpayers, land, and water?

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

Nevada has the largest share of public land of any state in the country, providing access for a variety of recreational and commercial uses. How would you address the issues related to public lands and their continued future uses?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Indigenous women face murder rates more than 10 times higher than the national average. What do you think the federal government can do to address this issue?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

The majority of Nevada’s children are children of color, and many families have been affected by current immigration policies, incarceration, and criminal sentencing policies, reducing economic prospects and civic integration. How would you work to address these issues to provide opportunities to all Nevadans?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

In 2019, Nevada significantly expanded voting rights and access to voting locations. What additional measures, if any, are needed to improve the efficiency, accessibility, and integrity of elections?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

What is your position on universal background checks for firearm sales and other policies to address gun violence in this country?

 

 

Candidate declined to answer.

 

 

Do you support the legalization and regulation of marijuana?

 

 

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