Candidates - Stakeholders on Nuclear

USNEF has hand delivered educational information on the
Yucca Mountain Nuclear Repository and advanced reactor research to many Candidates and stakeholders.

The world discussion of a low carbon energy portfolio must include nuclear power. Nuclear energy is the largest contributor of America’s low-carbon energy footprint. Nuclear plants provide 63% of the zero-carbon electricity generation. Sixteen states continue to have restrictions against the construction of new nuclear plants. This arithmetic is not political, it is fact. We must realize that carbon emission reduction goals CANNOT be met without developing new nuclear power. Our mission has to rebrand nuclear outreach advocacy.

We are simply bringing our message about the need for grassroots education to
Rebrand, Redirect, Recycle and Renew public outreach on nuclear technology.

Nevada - Candidate Jim Marchant, for Congress

2019 This is GREAT to see a Congressional candidate running for office who SUPPORTS the Yucca Mountain Program!

He has been a Businessman all his adult life. After college in 1978, he worked in his father?s convenience store business in Florida. He started out as a clerk. he learned the business and took on more and more responsibility as he progressed.

In 1984, he decided to pursue the dream that many Americans have . . . to own his own business. He started a computer software company that served customers all across the country. It was through this experience that he learned first-hand the challenges of not only meeting a payroll, but complying with all of the government?s taxes, regulations and red tape.

In 2016 he ran for and won the Nevada State Assembly seat representing District 37 in Las Vegas. He has just completed the first full legislative session establishing myself as a leader in Nevada politics. He served on the Commerce and Labor, Energy, Taxation and Government Affairs Committees.

Jim Marchant


Nevada - Danny Tarkanian

A Nevada political participant is onboard with the Yucca Mountain Repository program. This is one of the most important changes in nuclear and the political front on Yucca. At least, unlike others, he has been willing to listen to some of the science & engineering information.

Mr. Tarkanian agrees that the purpose of the Yucca Application Process Study was to determine the long term safety and sustainability of the design and engineering and not something that should have been opposed by unfounded political opposition.

At a local CTL meeting he said “In 2010 every elected official did everything they could to stop Yucca Mountain . . . I ran in the primary against Harry Reid and I came out and said I was in favor of Yucca Mountain and wanted to turn it into a reprocessing facility . . . like they do in France . . . I was told again, you’re going to lose the Las Vegas vote . . . it’s not the right thing to do politically. . . to me, it isn’t the right thing to do politically, if you want to be in public service it’s to do the right thing for the community and the country".

Danny Tarkanian


Rubio: I support opening Yucca Mountain, the only candidate having made this published statement, including being a resident of Las Vegas for several years.


Ms. Fiorina is one of the brightest light bulbs onstage. She supports a true "all of the above energy initiatives" INCLUDING nuclear and Ms. Fiorina has indicated support for the Yucca Mountain Application Process. 

TRUMP has received our Yucca Mountain material
he supports nuclear energy.

Yucca Mountain, Mr. Huckabee's 01-10-16 statement: "America will transform the world economy with energy independence and I support an all oftheabove energy strategy to get there," GOP presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told the Washington Examiner.


Yucca Mountain land should go to State to decide, see media statement below, inquiry made, to date no reply.

Ben Carson

Dr. Carson, "it's time to at least have a discussion" . . . if the science is correct.


Yucca Mountain inquiry made, to date no reply.

Scott Walker

Yucca Mountain, we sent Governor Walker DVDs of our 2013 Yucca Educational Symposium, he returned a latter of appreciation for the information.


Supports Yucca, lives aprox 8 mi. from a nuclear plant