Brian Sandoval

Brian Sandoval served from 2011-2019 as Nevada’s first Hispanic Governor. During his tenure, he was deeply involved in issues of economic development, water policy, state parks and recreation, public lands, veterans’ issues, health care and in modernizing Nevada’s public education system.

Previously, he served as a state legislator, Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission, Attorney General and a United States District Court Judge, appointed by President George W. Bush.  Currently, Sandoval serves as a Distinguished Fellow of Law and Leadership at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, a board member for the Western Governors Foundation and a member of the Board of Directors of Coeur Mining.

As a Senior Fellow, Governor Sandoval will play a key role in CCLP’s election security program.

Contact Sandoval at commlead@usc.edu.