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August Newsletter 2018


We hope you had a great labor day weekend. This holiday marks the unofficial start of the campaign season as students are back to school, and most people are back to work from their summer vacations. We hope for your continued attention and involvement in our efforts to bring crime victims the rights they deserve in Nevada as we head into the last 63 days.


Face The State with Marsy's Law for Nevada


Yes on Question 1 State Director speaks on Talking Solutions with Terrie Springs

Will Batista, State Director of Marsy's Law for Nevada, speaks with Terrie Springs about why voters should vote YES on Question 1 in November.

*Courtesy of Beasley Media Group, Inc.

Governor Brian Sandoval Endorses Question 1


August 22, 2018

Marsy’s Law Announces Endorsement from Governor Brian Sandoval

 Marsy’s Law for Nevada today announced the endorsement of Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval. Sandoval joins other elected officials, community leaders and advocates statewide who have stood up for victims’ rights.

U.S. Senator Cortez Masto Endorses Question 1


August 2nd, 2018 

United States Senator Catherine Cortez Masto Endorses Question 1

Marsy’s Law for Nevada is proud to announce the endorsement of U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), the first Latina and the first woman from Nevada elected to the United States Senate.


Nevada Newsmakers Interviews State Director Will Batista

Nevada Newsmakers July 20th, 2018




*Courtesy of Nevada Newsmakers

Boulder City Approves Marsy's Law Resolution


May 7th Updates & Blog

Marsy’s Law for Nevada is kicking off May with a flurry of presentations and some major new endorsements. We are proud to announce the Douglas County Commission is joining the effort to stand up for victims’ rights.

Douglas County

Douglas County Leaders Unite on Behalf of Crime Victims


For Immediate Release


May 2018

Media Contacts:

Deborah Clayton & Kim Sherwood Schofield

Nevada victims of crime deserve Marsy's Law

Nevada is one of the last states in the nation without strong constitutional protections and guaranteed rights for victims of crime. It is time, once and for all, to change that. Marsy’s Law for Nevada — Question 1 on the November ballot — will provide protected guarantees to victims of crime.

Click on the link above for the full Op-Ed in the Nevada Independent.