CANDIDATE PROFILE: Jacob Reynolds, Esq.


Jacob is an AV-Rated attorney, the highest rating an attorney can achieve.  Jacob has been recognized as a “Southern Nevada Top Attorney” for several years by Nevada Business Magazine, and as a “Rising Star” for several years by Mountain States Super Lawyers magazine.  Jacob is the highest-rated and longest-practicing attorney in the Department 21 race.

 

Jacob is the only candidate with substantial bi-partisan support.  He is endorsed by Governors Robert Miller and Brian Sandoval; U.S. Senators Richard Bryan and Dean Heller; Majority Leader William Horne, Councilwoman Pamela Goynes Brown, and Councilman Stavros Anthony.

 

Jacob is a dues paying member of the NAACP and the Latino Bar Association.  He is endorsed by the Police and Firefighters Unions in Clark County.  Jacob is endorsed by the Urban Voice Magazine, “The Independent Black Voter” (IBV), “Hispanics in Politics” (HIP), Teachers Union, Teamsters, Laborers, IBEW, Sheet Metal Workers, Citizens for Responsible Government and the Las Vegas Review Journal, among others.

 

Jacob is recognized and supported by so many prominent leaders and organizations on both sides of the aisle because of his ability to see both sides of an issue, his sincere desire to understand both sides, and be fair. 

 

Jacob practices primarily in Constitutional Law (e.g. defending people’s right to vote), and Complex Commercial Litigation.  His cases range from pro bono cases helping people get unemployment checks to complex commercial litigation worth hundreds of millions of dollars. 

 

Jacob and his beloved wife Tammy are parents of four children, all born and raised in Las Vegas.  Jacob supports his wife in her work as an OB/GYN, and supports their children in sports, schooling and other activities.  Jacob’s family is active in their church, Jacob and Tammy teach classes for the youth and the adults. 

 

This is a county-wide race.  Vote for Jacob in Department 21!

 

To learn more about Jacob, please visit https://jacob4judge.com.

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