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Was unable to get response from this senator from Nevada & was referred to her

I am a retired disabled veteran and I was reaching out for Sen Pat Spearman, Las Vegas, NV. Between Feb-Mar 2022, I was referred to Senator Pat Spearman to assist me regarding veteran issues. I found out she was on the Legislation chair board May 2022 and heard her talking there talking about other stuff regarding veterans issues, nothing to due with mine, but she still till this day, Aug 2022 have never responded to assist me after I've made numerous followups with her after sending her what she requested from me. She's disappointed me as I had read and heard she is totally supportive to her veterans but I see she is not. She's let me down tremendously when she doesn't seem to have that good reputation as people make her out to be.

User's recommendation: Don't leave a perosn hanging without feedback if can assist or not - is disrespectful on her part.

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#3870856 Review #3870856 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Cons
  • Not doing her job for all her veterans
Preferred solution
To make that a Senator from District 1 as I was referred to her that she responds and to let me know if she was able to help me or not, not just to leave me hanging or don't care to help her veterans.

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#205697 Review #205697 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Location
Las Vegas, Nevada

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