Daniel Hofstein, NV HD-35

Daniel is a patented inventor, author, and former ax-throwing range owner, blackjack/roulette/craps dealer, casino pit supervisor, accountant's assistant, school teacher, and more. He holds an M.B.A. from Emory University and obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Running for: Nevada Assembly District 35

    

Daniel is a patented inventor, author, and former ax-throwing range owner, blackjack/roulette/craps dealer, casino pit supervisor, accountant's assistant, school teacher, and more. He holds a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Emory University, and a Bachelor of Science in Gaming (Casino) Management degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Daniel is truly a jack of all trades having experience in many sectors both public and private, inventing himself and investing in others, he has the diversity of experience to bring a positive impact to his community. He believes both sides have good in them and hopes to bring a unified approach, and most importantly, help improve the educational outcomes in Nevada which currently ranks last in K-12 education.

He feels so strongly about education that he wrote a book titled 13th Grade: Real World 101 dedicated to ensuring everyone has the knowledge to make their own informed decisions (and because he believes strongly that a person should not use their public position to promote a private venture will let anyone who wants to read the book may do so free here. His book aims to teach Money (investing, taxes, credit, etc.), Sex, Laws, and more, takes as few stances as possible (rather allowing a person to make their own informed decisions), and each chapter was vetted by industry professionals (such as accountants reviewing the tax chapter).

Much like his book, Daniel wants to work with others in order to ensure everyone has an equal opportunity in life (not an equal outcome). Daniel is beyond party lines and hopes to bring the best from both sides to create the policy that works best for everyone. He is the first independent to ever run in Clark County's Assembly District 35.