Seniors are our fastest growing population in the state of Nevada and as more "Baby-Boomers" retire it will only increase. Some have been hit hard from the down turn of the economy that is why Richard takes time to help out by assisting with the simple things. As the war in Iraq has tapered off our Men and Women that fight for our freedom are coming back to find that the jobs they once may have held are not there, which has led to a higher number of unemployed Americans.
Richard Carrillo Has Strived for Cleaner and Safer Neighborhoods From covering up graffiti to helping seniors in our community, Richard is the first not to say Yes! That is why Richard wanted to be on the Whitney Town Board to preserve the neighborhoods. "I'm about creating industry, but their is a place for it and if this is what the people do not want in their neighborhoods then I will fight for them, and I will strive for cleaner and safer neighborhoods." Going on ride-alongs and attending first Tuesday's at Southeast area command with those sworn to "Protect and Serve" Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, "I've seen first hand how many calls our officers go on during a shift and how they put their lives at risk ensuring our safety in our neighborhoods."