Trans Republican Wins Nevada Primary


Keen News Service

Here's something genuinely radical: a transgender candidate won a Republican primary for a Nevada assembly seat June 10. Lauren Scott, who was a Democrat until three years ago, won 58 percent of the vote over one other candidate for the nomination to represent the district that includes parts of Reno and Carson City. Republican Governor Brian Sandoval endorsed Scott in the June 10 primary. She'll now run against incumbent Democrat Michael Sprinkle. This was Scott's second run for the seat. She is a business consultant, a veteran of the Air Force, a former lobbyist for Equality Nevada, and a former member of the state Equal Rights Commission. If she wins the seat, she will become the first transgender person to serve in a state legislature.


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