PR executive Hilarie Grey files in Ward 2

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Southern Nevada public relations executive Hilarie Grey has filed to run in the special election for Ward 2 of the Las Vegas City Council.

Grey “got her start in community development at the City of Las Vegas,” according to a campaign statement. She subsequently worked in community relations and communications for Clark County, McCarran International Airport, UNLV, Touro University Nevada, the Nevada Cancer Institute, AARP and Allegiant.

Grey was also a communications staffer for Nevada Democrats, and in 2007-2008 worked communications in Nevada for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

In her statement Grey said on the council she would work to “make local government more accessible and transparent… Most importantly, I want to protect neighborhoods from over-growth and poor planning.”

A special election is being held in Ward 2 because councilman Steve Seroka resigned earlier this month. It will be held on the same day as regularly scheduled municipal elections, June 11.

Other candidates filing in Ward 2 include former Republican Assemblywomen Victoria Seaman and Valerie Weber.

Hugh Jackson
Editor | Hugh Jackson has been writing about Nevada policy and politics for more than 20 years. He was editor of the Las Vegas Business Press, senior editor at the Las Vegas CityLife weekly newspaper, daily political commentator on the Las Vegas NBC affiliate, and wrote the then-groundbreaking Las Vegas Gleaner, which among other things was the only independent political blog from Nevada that was credentialed at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. He spent a few years as a senior energy and environmental policy analyst for Public Citizen, and has occasionally worked as a consultant on mining, taxation, education and other issues for Nevada labor and public interest organizations. His freelance work has been published in outlets ranging from the Guardian to Desert Companion to In These Times to the Oil & Gas Journal. For several years he also taught U.S. History courses at UNLV. Prior to moving to Las Vegas, he was a reporter and then assistant managing editor at the Casper Star-Tribune, Wyoming’s largest newspaper.

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