Preparing to kick off his campaign, Espinosa, a longtime Sparks resident, was primed to knock on Nevadans’ doors and get his message out.
A week later, the coronavirus pandemic shut down the state — knocking on doors and gathering voters together to share his platform was no longer an option.
“One of the challenges we had during that campaign season was … how do we even talk to people?” Espinosa said.
Espinosa, along with every candidate running for office, would have to rely almost entirely on technology to reach constituents. The…
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