Henderson voters gave Councilwoman Debra March a promotion to be mayor of Nevada’s second largest city.

She won 55 percent of the vote in a seven-way race, and because she received a majority, there’s no need for a runoff in the June general election. (more…)

By: Sandy Lopez 

Henderson City Councilwoman Debra March celebrated with hundreds of her closest supporters Tuesday as she cruised to a convincing victory in the city’s mayoral race.

With 100 percent of the ballots counted, March received more than 55 percent of the vote.

“This is our win. It’s not just my win,” March said at her election results watch party at the Henderson Convention Center, although ballots were still being counted. “Truly this is a win for all of us. It was a hard and difficult campaign due to misinformation that was spread. I stayed true to my values, and I feel strong about my vision for Henderson and Henderson Strong.”

March, 63, was met with loud applause and cheers from supporters, including outgoing term-limited Mayor Andy Hafen and City Councilmembers Gerri Schroder and Dan Stewart.

She was appointed to the Henderson City Council in 2009 and was elected in 2011 and re-elected in 2015.

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Henderson mayoral candidate Debra March speaks during a debate-forum at the Henderson Convention Center (Chitose Suzuki/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Many Henderson mayoral contestants convened Monday to discuss the issues, including housing a long-term community development plan and public safety. But Gerald “Jerry” Sakura wasn’t interested. (more…)

Henderson Councilwoman Debra March faces her biggest political battle in a mayoral race that includes six other candidates.

March, 63, was appointed to Henderson City Council in 2009. After being elected in 2011 and 2015, she said her goal continues to be providing citizens with a high quality of life. (more…)

Henderson City Councilwoman Debra March drew endorsements for her mayoral bid this week from the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and Service Employees International Union Local 1107.


Business PAC supporting March for Mayor and Marz for Council Ward III

Henderson’s IssuesMobilization Political ActionCommittee (IMPAC) has finalized its endorsements Debra March for Mayor and John Marz for Ward III as the City of Henderson prepares to host its primary elections April 4.
Henderson IMPAC serves as a comprehensive, non-partisan political action committee that contributes to the creation of a favorable business climate in Henderson as it relates to issues at the state and local level. IMPAC, which is independent of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce but supports its organizational vision, discussed issues involving economic development, land-use planning, budgeting and finances and more with candidates. 
Henderson IMPAC’s mission is to encourage the protection and enhancement of constitutional liberties; promote the good citizenship of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce members through personal and financial participation in the state and local elective process; and any additional areas of government policy or regulation the Henderson Chamber of Commerce encourages, promotes or opposes.
Henderson IMPAC asks that you consider supporting the above candidates when voting this election season. 

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