Kate is a community leader and a dedicated public servant. She is the former Nevada state treasurer, where she improved and implemented programs that saved Nevada taxpayers thousands of dollars and helped to make college more affordable through creating the College Kick Start program, where the state of Nevada partnered with local banks to fund college savings accounts for every kindergartner in Nevada. She also has fought back against white-collar crime, took on big corporations at the U.S. Department of Justice, and set up the state anti-trust office while working with the Nevada attorney general's office as the senior deputy attorney general. Currently, she lives in Reno and is a self-employed legal consultant.
Kate Marshall has significant experience strengthening education funding, protecting the interests of Nevadans, and a clear vision of how to significantly strengthen Nevada's economy. Kate Marshall is interested in serving ALL Nevadans, whether urban or rural—she walks her talk!"—Kimi from Minden
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