Jacob Deaville is a proven leader who seeks to put the people of Nevada before politics. Despite his young age, Jacob is a Las Vegas native who experienced the 2008 recession more intimately, and more personally, than most of his peers. When economic uncertainty struck, Jacob stepped up to help his family. He recycled steel, hauled trees, bussed tables, and delivered pizza to help support his family and pay his way through college. Currently, Jacob assists in the operation of a small family business that specializes in structural steel buildings, and this invaluable experience has exposed him to unique projects such as the construction of the City National Arena. This also gives him the opportunity to manage a multitude of substantial projects across the state of Nevada. Aside from business development, Jacob prides himself on his community involvement as well. He is involved in numerous community efforts and continues to serve at his local church.
Jacob graduated from Faith Lutheran High School and received a Bachelors degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He grew up in a large, but close knit, family whose father instilled an importance on civic responsibility and conservative values. As a result, Jacob went on to co-found the UNLV Campus Conservatives and was elected as the chairman of the UNLV College Republicans. In the heated 2016 political climate, he successfully led efforts against sanctuary status policies, battled systemic political bias in the current collegiate system, and led a grassroots movement of youth involvement in the local political process.
After making his way through the local political landscape, Jacob was eager to get involved in Nevada’s statewide political process. During the 2016 and 2018 election cycles, he personally knocked on over ten thousand doors in an effort to protect Nevada’s Constitutional rights and fight for Nevada’s incredibly special western style of rugged individualistic living. Jacob personally spoke to tens of thousands of Nevadans who expressed frustration with the corruption in Carson City and Nevada’s political parties. The people of Nevada are trying to speak, but are not being listened to. We need bold, proven leadership that will unequivocally stand on principle, even when its not the easy route to take. We need to put the people of Nevada before the politics of Nevada. This is why Jacob Deaville has decided to run for Assembly District 37. He hopes to earn your vote, and he will fight to be your voice.