Local Business Owner, Jeff Lynch, Endorses David Espinosa in his race for Nevada Assembly 31

Sparks, NV – Today, local business owner and philanthropist, Jeff Lynch, endorsed David Espinosa in his race for Nevada’s Assembly District 31.

“I am endorsing David Espinosa for Nevada Assembly 31 and believe he will bring his diverse business and personal experience and passion for the State of Nevada to the legislature, something desperately needed during these difficult times,” said Jeff.  “David will work hard for Nevadans and represent us well.  He will protect our liberties and the freedoms we enjoy as Americans and he will bring a great balance of being pro-business, but never at the expense of those that don’t have a voice.”

Jeff Lynch was born and raised in the Reno/Tahoe area and is happily married with three sons. He enjoys the outdoors, Wolf Pack athletics, local high school sports, spending time with his family and giving back to the community.  Today as Founder and Principal of ITS Logistics, Jeff spends most of his time focusing on strategic planning, long-term growth initiatives and communicating the vision of ITS, along with executive, operations and sales support. But what he enjoys most is the daily interaction with all the great people at ITS and creating successful solutions for our amazing clients.

“Jeff and his fellow founders have spent the last twenty years building a world-class business which is rooted in values, community, and family right here in Sparks,” remarked Dave Espinosa.  “Jeff’s commitment to Nevada, Reno/Sparks, UNR, and the families of Northern Nevada is unparalleled.  I am honored to have known and worked with Jeff for nearly the past decade and humbled by his endorsement of my campaign for Assembly 31.  I thank Jeff for his support to me and our state.”

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.