Former Nevada Policy Research President continues to draw broad support in his campaign for Nevada Assembly District 37

LAS VEGAS ― Andy Matthews, Nevada Assembly District 37 candidate and former President of the Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI), today announced he has received the endorsement of FreedomWorks for America.

“FreedomWorks for America is proud to announce its endorsement of Andy Matthews for Nevada State Assembly district 37,” said Noah Wall, FreedomWorks for America Executive Director. “Matthews is a stalwart advocate for small government and individual liberty, which is why FreedomWorks for America’s grassroots activists are eager to support his bid to represent district 37.

“Former Nevada AG and Iraq War Veteran Adam Laxalt’s recent endorsement, along with those from job-creators and residents of the 37th district demonstrate that Matthews has widespread support as well. FreedomWorks for America looks forward to supporting his bid to serve as a principled member of the State Assembly.”

Matthews served for nearly four years as NPRI President, and during his tenure the Institute was a strong and effective advocate for economic liberty, school choice, fiscal accountability, pro-growth policies and government transparency.

“It is such an honor to receive the endorsement of FreedomWorks for America,” Matthews said. “FreedomWorks is one of our nation’s most effective and important champions for the principles of limited government, personal liberty, and free markets. Their efforts are so crucial today, and I could not be more grateful to have their support. I look forward to fighting for our shared principles in Carson City.”

The endorsement comes as Matthews’ candidacy continues to build strong momentum, fueled by broad support from top conservative leaders in the Silver State. Matthews also has been endorsed by former Nevada Attorney General and U.S. Navy and Iraq War veteran Adam Laxalt; former Nevada Lieutenant Governor Lorraine Hunt-Bono; former Nevada Governor Robert List; Las Vegas City Council members Stavros Anthony and Victoria Seaman; former District 37 Assemblyman Jim Marchant; former Republican National Committeeman Joe W. Brown; former state Senator and Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers; former Nevada Republican Party Chair and state Senator Sue Lowden; former state Controller Ron Knecht; and the Nevada Chapter of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly, among others.