RENO, NV — Today Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt unveiled his first general election ad, titled ‘Good Man.’ The spot, which features Laxalt’s wife Jaime, offers a glimpse into Adam's upbringing and underscores how overcoming the challenges he faced as a young man played an integral role in molding Adam into the man he is today.
‘Good Man’ will run on cable and broadcast across the state of Nevada.
SCRIPT: Adam Laxalt: “I was raised by a single mom with no college education. And as a kid, I didn’t know who my father was.”
Jaime Laxalt: “Adam’s early life wasn’t easy.” Adam Laxalt: “My mom taught me everything. To face challenges head on and to work hard.” Jaime Laxalt: “Adam dedicated his life to challenges he believed in. Everything he had to overcome helped to make him a good man.” BACKGROUND:
Adam was born in Reno and raised by a single mother.
Adam graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgetown University and also graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center.
After attaining his law degree from Georgetown, Adam served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy from 2005 to 2010. During his stint in the Navy, Adam volunteered to deploy to a combat zone in Iraq In 2007.
In 2015, Adam was elected as Nevada’s 33rd Attorney General. As the state’s top law enforcement officer, Adam took on the opioid manufacturers, fought on behalf of victims of sexual assault, and led efforts to protect Nevada’s seniors, creating a financial fraud unit to address issues including abuse of the elderly and guardianship exploitation.