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Amy Tarkanian Biography

Amy Tarkanian is an American Republican strategist.She has also served as a chairwoman of the Nevada GOP, and is married to Republican congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian.

The Republican Party, also referred to as the GOP (Grand Old Party), is one of the two major political parties in the United States; the other is its historic rival, the Democratic Party.

The GOP was founded in 1854 by opponents of the Kansas–Nebraska Act, which allowed for the potential expansion of slavery into certain U.S. territories. The party supported classical liberalism, opposed the expansion of slavery, and supported economic reform. Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president. Under the leadership of Lincoln and a Republican Congress, slavery was banned in the United States in 1865.

The Party was generally dominant during the Third Party System and the Fourth Party System. After 1912, the Party underwent an ideological shift to the right. Following the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the party’s core base shifted, with Southern states becoming more reliably Republican in presidential politics. Since the 1990s, the Party’s support has chiefly come from the South, the Great Plains, the Mountain States and rural areas in the North.

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Amy Tarkanian Age

Born on January 5th, 1977 she is around 42 years of age as of 2019.

Amy Tarkanian Height

She stands at a fair height and has a fair Body weight to match her Height.

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Amy Tarkanian Husband

Her husband is Danny Tarkanian Born Daniel John Tarkanian is an American businessman, attorney, and perennial candidate for elective office. A Republican, he has mounted unsuccessful campaigns for the Nevada Senate (2004), Nevada Secretary of State (2006), the United States Senate (2010 and 2016), the Nevada System of Higher Education (2014) and the United States House of Representatives (2012, 2016, and 2018).

Tarkanian filed to run for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Dean Heller in the 2018 Republican primary, but later withdrew to run for the United States House of Representatives in Nevada’s 3rd congressional district, winning the nomination and then losing the general election to Democrat Susie Lee. The couple lives in Las Vegas and they have four children.

Amy Tarkanian Concession Speech

Moments after her husband conceded his bid for Congress after months of scrutiny and attack ads, Amy Tarkanian took to the microphone and let loose.

“There is no room for the voters to complain when you’re going to put a liar into office; it is your fault,” Amy Tarkanian told a deflated crowd at the Republican election watch party the South Point, while her husband, Danny Tarkanian, stood by her side.Amy Tarkanian also praised her husband for standing with Donald Trump since 2016, when he was a presidential candidate — even as other Republicans distanced themselves from Trump.

“I pray to God that the president take a look and see what happened here,” Tarkanian told the crowd. “Because this man was loyal to him.”

Danny Tarkanian, who lost the 3rd Congressional District race to Democrat Susie Lee, tried to stop his wife from continuing, to which she gently said, “no.”

On social media, some Nevadans tweeted that her comment sounded “suspicious” — almost like Trump promised the Tarkanians something.In an interview Wednesday, Amy Tarkanian said that asking Trump to “take a look” at her husband’s loss refers to the possibility of voter fraud.

“In a state like Nevada, we don’t even show ID at the polls — which is asinine,” she said. “We’re the third owners of our home and we still get sample ballots mailed to us in the names of other owners. I’m not saying that’s why he lost. I’m saying there is a mess that needs to be cleaned up.”

Danny Tarkanian blamed outside spending and a barrage of negative TV ads and mailers as the reason he lost the race for that seat for a second time.The ads resurrected old claims that Tarkanian helped “set up” telemarketing companies that preyed on seniors, which he denied. Tarkanian won a defamation lawsuit against past political foes who made similar claims, and a lawsuit is pending against Democratic Rep. Jacky Rosen, who he ran against in 2016. Rosen ousted GOP Sen. Dean Heller on Tuesday night.

“I have had over $20 million in character assassination ads used against me in the past six years, even though I have won a defamation lawsuit on these exact same lies and I am in the process of winning a second,” Tarkanian said Wednesday. “Despite them being totally false, too many voters believe these deceitful and disgusting ads.”

Tarkanian’s name appeared on the Nevada ballot six times, including two bids for Congress.Lee’s campaign spokesman, Brandon Cox, defended the campaign’s claims and called Mrs. Tarkanian’s remarks “disturbing and deeply disappointing.”

“Susie looks forward to moving past the divisive election season and working together with Democrats and Republicans to get things done on behalf of Nevada families,” Cox said.

Amy Tarkanian said Wednesday that she stands by her election night comments.

“I’m not going to sugarcoat this,” she said. “I know they say you’re supposed to sit there and hug your opponent and wish them well. But I’m tired of empty suits and people who are willing to claw their way up and stab you in the back just to get a title. It’s disgusting.”

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Far-right media figures aren’t the only ones promoting dark conspiracy theories about the pipe bombs sent this week to Democratic figures and news organizations.Amy Tarkanian, former chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party and a surrogate for her husband Danny’s 2018 congressional race, shared messages on Wednesday suggesting that the “fake” bombs were a Democratic political ploy.

On her Twitter account, Tarkanian shared several posts from far-right activist Laura Loomer, calling reports on the suspicious packages a “lie” and dismissing the “fake bomb[s].”In another post Tarkanian retweeted, Loomer claimed that law enforcement officials are “lying to all of us to gin up sympathy for violent Democrat politicians.”Tarkanian also shared her own suspicions about the source of the mail bombs.

“Well isn’t this interesting…hmmm…this is all so sick and bizarre,” she wrote, linking to a Daily Wire story headlined “Return Address Found On Suspicious Packages Belongs To Well-Known Democrat.”

The FBI said the return address listed on all of the packages was the Sunrise, Florida, office of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. There’s no indication that Wasserman Schultz herself sent the packages.In a statement, Nevada Democratic Party spokesman Michael Soneff accused the Tarkanian campaign of “actively spreading misinformation.”

“The Tarkanian campaign is spreading conspiracy theories before we even know the full facts,” Soneff said.In response, the Tarkanian campaign sent TPM an email saying that “Mrs. Tarkanian is a political commentator. She has her own views and Danny has his own.”

“Danny does not believe that Democrats are behind it,” the statement continued. “Both Mr. and Mrs. Tarkanian condemn these cowardly acts and agree with what President Trump said yesterday: ‘…threats or acts of political violence have no place in the United States of America.’”Amy Tarkanian served as chair of the Nevada GOP from 2011 to 2012, when she stepped down to help manage her husband’s congressional bid. She has “campaigned beside” her husband in several of his previous runs for public office, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

President Trump campaigned with Tarkanian and other Nevada Republicans at a late September rally. The President’s tweet granting his “total and complete Endorsement” to his “great friend” Danny Tarkanian is currently pinned to the top of Amy Tarkanian’s Twitter page, with a note promising that their “family is working tirelessly” to win the seat in Nevada’s 3rd congressional district.Danny Tarkanian will also hold a fundraiser with Trump ally Roger Stone in Florida next week.

The mail bomb scare has lent a panicky note to the final days before the November 6 elections. Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, philanthropist George Soros, actor Robert DeNiro, CNN and other individuals and entities that have clashed with the President were all sent similar amateur pipe bombs.The crude, unsophisticated nature of the explosives—some of which were addressed to misspelled names—and fact that none actually reached their targets made some on the right suspicious that it was a “false flag” operation by progressive interests.

Anti-Islam activist Frank Gaffney, Turning Point USA’s Candace Owens, and Fox Business host Lou Dobbs are among the figures who’ve mocked or dismissed the bombs as bogus.Like those individuals, the Tarkanians have flirted with conspiracy theories—and theorists—before.

Most recently, the couple stepped away from their roles as administrators of a popular “racist and conspiracy-obsessed Facebook group” after facing criticism from local press. Posts on the page claimed that the Charlottesville white nationalist rally was “orchestrated by the left” and that Islam was a “cancer.”

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