Jim Shirk made his candidacy for another term as Carson City supervisor official this weekend. He will seek re-election as supervisor from Ward 4.
Shirk said it’s an honor to serve Carson City’s residents.
“During the 2015 Carson City World Trade Center Memorial Ceremony I received a coin from Mayor Crowell and it read ‘Carson City Nevada State Capital, a community that values its citizens,’” Shirk stated. “I was honored at the recognition and encouraged by the words on the coin.
“I have also been honored to be your elected representative these last four years. I appreciate the support from my family and constituents. I will seek re-election as your Ward 4 Supervisor this year.”
Shirk said he looks forward to serving Carson City.
“It is not about rehashing the past but rather looking to the future that matters,” he said. “With your continued support I will remain the voice of reason in city government.”
The official filing period is March 7-18. The Nevada primary election is set for June 14. The general election will take place on Nov. 8.