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Our Supporters & Friends

Penny Andrews Realtor
Brad and DeAnne Appleby Appleby Arts
Rodney Arnett Mob Museum
Myreen Aschenbach
Nancy Ayala Blo Blow Dry Bar
Lisa Bloch Adventure Weddings Las Vegas
Paul Bloch Paul’s Vegas Photography
Karen Cashman Cashman Photo
Shelly Clayton The Chapel at Wynn Las Vegas
Bob Coffin
Craig Cokeley House Artist
Liza Conroy
Laura Covington Spectacular Bride Magazine
Teresa Crawford
Bernice & Leonard Davidson Davidson Promotional Ideas and Products
Dolly DeLeon Vegas Wed
Sara Denton
Monica Douglas
Dennis Dunn Nevada Aids Project
Sandra Eddy President NV AIDS Project
Diana Erland
Cliff Evarts Vegas Weddings
Linda Faiss Faiss Foley Warren PR
Brooke Feder
Erika Geiser Christopher Homes
Margie Gonzoles
Alexander Goya
Debra Hansen Bridal Spectacular
Ron Hibble
Dorothy Kidd
Sherry Klute Stained Glass Wedding Chapel
Roberta Lange
Glen Leavitt
Danna Lovell
Darryl Martin
Dennis McBride Nevada State Museum
Tyson McKay dotVegas
Becky Mojica
Diana Moran Heart and Soul Weddings
Barbara Polk
Elizabeth Powell
Charlotte Richards A Little White Wedding Chapel
Cecilia Schafler LAGE Design
Elaine Hurd
Tsvetelina Stefanova Bad Moon Booking
Aimee Stephens PR Plus
Robin Tait Fusion Sign & Design
Wanda Tracey Weddings By Wanda
Dusty Trevino dotVegas
Jim Trevino dotVegas
Marla Turner The Blue Nevadan
Karen Wilkes
William J. Zwart Berchwood
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Bruce Woodbury

She is clearly the best choice!

 

Leslie Woodbury

Lynn is perfect for the job.  She is articulate, educated, and innovative.  She has brought much needed funds for wedding promotion for Vegas and should be able to see her vision through.

Kathleen Kimball

I like her enthusiasm in reanimating Las Vegas as the marriage capitol of the world.

Dorothy Kidd

I am endorsing and supporting Lynn Goya, County Clerk, who is seeking re-election. Lynn is highly qualified and has used her skills as a former journalist to uncover existing problems in our declining billion dollar wedding industry.  Her degree in economics has helped her address this problem head on by implementing joint advertising campaigns with the industry and the LVCA. She was successful in getting two very important bills/laws passed in the past session of the State Legislature.   A job well done to help turn around this industry.

Joyce Lewis

I am a good friend of Peggy Leavitt.  After talking with and meeting your supporters, listening to your ideas; I decided to contribute to your campaign!

 

Glen Leavitt

She has served willingly and graciously, all the time she has been in office.  She is an honorable public servant.

Barbara Polk
She has streamlined the workload and made the County Clerk’s office more effective.

LVRJ Endorses Lynn!

EDITORIAL: RJ endorsements for Clark County offices

Las Vegas Review-Journal
October 15, 2018 – 9:00 pm

“The clerk’s office provides various services, including issuing marriage licenses. Incumbent Lynn Goya, a Democrat, is running against [the Republican candidate]. Ms. Goya’s experience makes her the preferable candidate.”

See more here! https://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/rj-endorses/editorial-rj-endorsements-for-clark-county-offices/

Latest Endorsement: IATSE Local 720

From IATSE Local 720, Matt Kimball:

I am pleased to notify you that you have received the endorsement of the IATSE Local 720 for Clark County Clerk in the 2018 Election.

To all my supporters,

I am honored to have the endorsement of IATSE Local 720.  I hope to continue to earn the support of our community.

Sincerely,

Lynn Goya,

Clark County Clerk

Pop-up marriage license office at McCarran for Valentine’s Day (and others!)

The Clark County Clerk’s Office will temporarily open a pop-up marriage license office at McCarran International Airport from Feb. 9 to 17, to help couples obtain marriage licenses faster and easier during the busy Valentine’s Day, President’s Day and Chinese New Year holidays.

The office will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Feb. 9 through Feb. 17, and will be located in the baggage claim area in Terminal 1. The open dates also include the Chinese New Year on Feb. 16. The temporary office will only issue marriage licenses and will accept credit card payments.

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