RELEASE: STATE SENATOR DAVID PARKS TO SEEK REELECTION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 2, 2015
STATE SENATOR DAVID PARKS TO SEEK REELECTION
LAS VEGAS - Today, State Senator David Parks announced he will seek a third term in the Nevada Senate in 2016. Throughout his career, Sen. Parks has been an advocate for Nevada’s working families, a better healthcare system, improved funding for education programs, and fair and equal treatment for all of the state’s residents.
“I’m proud of the work my Democratic colleagues and I have done to make Nevada a better place for families. This past session, we took historic steps to improve our state’s education system, but we need to keep building on those gains," said. Sen. Parks. "We must continue to improve our higher education system, grow wages for middle and lower income families, and ensure that all our laws treat all Nevadans fairly, regardless of their backgrounds.”
During the 2015 Legislative Session, Sen. Parks introduced several pieces of important legislation, including anti-bullying legislation, help for local and state governments to hire more law enforcement officers, and a revision of Nevada’s anti-discrimination laws. Sen. Parks served on the Government Affairs, Natural Resources, and Finance Committees.
Sen. Parks represents Senate District 7, which includes parts of Henderson and unincorporated Clark County. Prior to his election to the State Senate in 2008, Sen. Parks served from 1996 to 2008 in the State Assembly.