"I am very excited for the opportunity to be Secretary for the Reform Party of Nevada," said Reynolds. "I look forward to the challenges and opportunities that will come with reviving the party and am eager to build a better Nevada."
Reynolds joins the party's SEC at a crucial time for Nevada as the economic and educational problems in the state are among the worst in the nation.
In reviving and rebuilding the Reform Party of Nevada, in step with the national party and other state parties, Reynolds hopes the party will not be seen as not just another offshoot of one of the major parties.
"The concept of having a strong economic, political, educational, national defense, and energy platform to address the national and local problems while having no social platform at the national level is very promising," said Reynolds. "The federal government has no business dictating social issues at the state level. Social issues should be addressed by each state at their party conventions and by the candidates chosen to represent that state's party in office."
The Reform Party of Nevada is actively pursuing other Nevada residents to fill vacancies on the SEC in hopes of a balanced representation of all four congressional districts in the state. In addition, the party is laying the ground work facilitate county representation in all counties and Carson City.
Reynolds will be officially starting her position Feb. 19, 2013.