ASSEMBLY REPUBLICAN CAUCUS MEMBERS
Assemblywoman Heidi Kasama started her professional career as a Certified Public Accountant and later expanded it to Real Estate.
She opened her own real estate brokerage in Nevada and now the managing broker of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services-Nevada Properties.
Assemblyman Richard McArthur served as an Air Force captain before joining the FBI as a Special Agent. His cases included bank robberies, kidnappings, foreign counterintelligence, bombings, and terrorism.
Richard has been married to his wife, Trish, for more than 48 years. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.
Brian Hibbetts was born and raised in Las Vegas and joined LVMPD full-time in 1994, committing himself to protecting our communities and enforcing our laws.
Since retiring from the force in 2021, Brian has been a leader to the community, volunteering for many charitable organizations.
Thaddeus "Toby" Yurek III joined the Henderson Police Department in 1995. and completed his Juris Doctorate from the Boyd School of Law at UNLV.
After retiring from the department in 2015, Toby focused his legal career on helping Police Officers and Fire Fighters who have been injured or killed on the job.
Assemblywoman Melissa Hardy is a fourth generation Nevadan from the Stewart pioneer family that helped settle the Las Vegas valley in the early 1900's.
She worked in Real Estate for over a decade and runs a small business franchise with her husband.
Danielle is a wife, mother, and small business owner. She holds a Nevada Broker license and is a partner of Guardian Realty Investment and Property Management with her husband Paul.
Prior to joining her husband in the family construction business, she worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
Rich DeLong is a husband, father of four, geologist, natural resource manager, and businessman.
He started working in NV as an exploration geologist and later founded a successful consulting business in the NV mining industry, He also served as Chairman of the UNR College of Science Advisory Board.
Jill Dickman owns a small manufacturing business in Sparks, Nevada with her husband Tom. and comes from a family of immigrants who started their own businesses in America.
Jill enjoys playing the harp,, showing her dogs, and contributing to Nevada's deep historical culture.
Assemblywoman Alexis Hansen, together with her husband started a plumbing business at 20.
She has raised eight children and is a proud grandmother of twenty.
She is also a licensed Nevada realtor, collaborating daily with hard-working Nevada families in the midst of realizing the American Dream.
Bert Gurr and his wife Lee have 5 children, 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Beginning in 1970 Bert worked on the Spring Creek Development, beginning as a laborer and working up to Project Manager.
After obtaining his real estate broker’s license in, he formed several land companies and his own brokerage office.
Assemblyman Gregory Hafen II, is from one of the pioneer families of southern Nevada. He is a fifth generation Nevadan and small business owner. After college, he went to work for his family business, Pahrump Utility Company Inc., and climbed his way to general manager.
Assemblyman Hafen is the Chair of the Desert View Hospital Board and a member of the NV Taxpayer Association. He has served Assembly District 36 for two terms.
Dr. Gregory Koenig is a 4th generation Nevadan, husband, father, and grandfather. Born out-of-state, his family moved back to Nevada when he was 5. After some undergraduate work at UNR, he attended Pacific University College of Optometry and returned to Fallon to start his practice.
Dr. Koenig now has practices in Fallon, Fernley, and Yerington. He served on many boards including the Churchill School Board. Dr. Koenig is a Churchill County Commissioner.
Ken Gray is a husband and father, and has dedicated his life to fighting for the American way of life. Through his 26 years of service in the United States Air Force, Ken achieved the highest enlisted rank attainable, Chief Master Sergeant.
Upon his retirement from the military, Ken understood the challenges our veterans face and worked at the VA. Ken is a Lyon County Commissioner, and since his election has served on a number of boards and commissions.
PK has three terms in the Nevada Assembly and has worked to enhance crimes against the elderly, decrease the cost of public school construction, and allow law enforcement to use improved technology.
PK has been married to Nancy O’Neill for over 20 years, a retired social worker with the Division of Child and Family Services. They are empty-nesters with four adult children and six grandchildren. Together they enjoy traveling to visit with their children, touring the country and volunteering with their Church and social organizations.