From the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Henderson attorney, small businessman and Iraq War veteran Noah Malgeri has begun campaigning for the 2022 Republican nomination in Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, saying concerns over government corruption and the country’s shaky spot on the national stage have motivated him toward public service.
“The last couple years I’ve just been looking around at how things have changed,” Malgeri said in an interview with the Review-Journal. “(The country) is heading in a frightening, unnerving and dangerous direction.”
Malgeri moved to Las Vegas about five years ago to run the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s pro bono project after several years working as a patent attorney in Germany and across the United States.
He is originally from Massachusetts and holds a mechanical engineering degree from Boston University and law degree from George Washington University. He now runs a small local company created after he invented a new line of roof racks for vehicles.
He previously served in the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, where he instructed fellow soldiers on the international laws governing war. Malgeri was part of the Iraq invasion force and received a Bronze Star.