From Nathaniel Killgore:
I grew up in a working class household, where I worked alongside our construction crews and various tradesmen. Since my youth, I believed I could make lasting positive changes in the community I grew up in, which is why I am running for Mayor of Carson City.
I have continuously owned and operated Caterpillar’s Hookah Lounge for over twelve years. My establishment has always been a relaxation destination welcoming all persons regardless of background or denominations.
In the time I have operated Caterpillar’s Hookah Lounge, I have fostered strong relationships with local downtown businesses, participated in many of Carson City’s local events and always supported public safety officials while opposing any and all forms of violence or prejudice.
I proudly run as a non-partisan candidate for Mayor of Carson City. I commit to representing the interests of everyone in Carson City, regardless of party affiliation.
My first priority will be our schools that continue to operate with unacceptably low standards. Compared to countries leading in education that spend less per student, it’s evident that school funding in the U.S is adequate, indicating a misuse or abuse of funding appropriations.
As mayor, I will institute apartment housing rental caps. The caps mean that apartment property owners and management companies would be barred from increasing rental rates by more than 3% per calendar year.
I will improve the public’s confidence in emergency responders. With my efforts and the participation of our residents, we can strengthen the relationship between the community and its public safety officials.
Killgore told the Carson City Journal that homelessness has grown to unprecedented numbers which is hard on adults and their children. Killgore commented that he has participated in the Habitat for Humanity program and it worked. Killgore agrees with many of his community friends that Carson City’s housing situation has fallen into crisis mode, and that the city should find a way to reverse the housing crisis that has hurt the community.
To contact Nathaniel Killgore and learn more about his run for Mayor of Carson City, here’s his website: NathanielKillgore2020.com