Sparks Mayor Praises David Espinosa’s experience and leadership in the race for Assembly 31

Sparks, NV – Today, Sparks Mayor Ron Smith praised the many years of experience and leadership Dave Espinosa has brought to the City of Sparks and is bringing to the race for Nevada’s Assembly District 31.

“David’s experience as a businessman, teacher, and engineer is exactly what we need to best represent Sparks in the Nevada Legislature,” said Ron Smith.  “David’s blend of community and business leadership is critical for our Sparks families and small business community to recover and grow.”

Mayor Smith was elected to four terms as a Sparks City Councilman, starting in 2006. Mr. Smith served as Sparks Mayor Pro-Tempore from 2012 to 2018 before his swearing in as Sparks’ Mayor in November of 2018. A strong advocate of transportation and infrastructure, the Mayor is a member of the League of Cities, Director of the Nevada Veteran’s Memorial Project, and the current Chairman of the Truckee River Flood Management Authority. He was recently honored with the Sir Award from the Association of General Contractors, Nevada Chapter and as the Public Official of the Year by the Nevada Water Environment Association. Ron was the 2012 recipient of the Public Official of the Year Award, presented annually by the Builders Association of Northern Nevada.

“To have someone with Ron’s long-time service to the City of Sparks recognize and praise my experience and knowledge is remarkable,” commented Dave Espinosa. “I couldn’t be happier to have received these kind words of encouragement from Ron.  I look forward to bringing my decades worth of business experience and leadership forward to serve the people of Nevada.”

David Espinosa is a successful business executive, technology engineer, educator, husband and father.  David is running for Nevada’s Assembly District 31 as the leading conservative candidate and voice for small business and limited government.