Carson is a city in the State of Nevada with a population of 55,916 people. Carson City is the capital of the state of Nevada. It is an officially Consolidated Municipality of Carson City, meaning it is an independent city. The city is named after the mountain man Kit Carson. It is a frontier town flanked by the Sierra Nevada Mountains and fed by the Carson River. Carson city is also known for its rugged landscape. Carson city began as a stopover for California-bound emigrants, and later developed into a city. Since it is an independent city, Carson is treated as a county-equivalent for census purposes.
The median age for Carson City residents is 42.8 years.
The median household income of Carson City residents is about $52,034.
The median home value in Carson City is $242,200.
Carson City racial/ethnic groups are White (67.5%) followed by Hispanic (23.7%), Asian (2.6%), Native American (2.4%), Black or African American (1.9%), and Pacific Islander (0.2%).
City racial/ethnic groups are White (44.2%) followed by Hispanic (32.9%) and Black (11.6%).
Las Vegas racial/ethnic groups are White (44.2%) followed by Hispanic (32.9%) and Black (11.6%).
Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall is a 3-star hotel in Las Vegas area. Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall was opened in 1979. It is a Suburban Las Vegas resort featuring a 25,000-square-foot indoor park, bowling center, 5 restaurants, 645 rooms, movie theater, and one of the largest casino floors inLearn more
For a period of 10 years (2000-2010) as a professional boxer, I dedicated my life to fighting for myself. Everything I did was focused on winning the boxing matches ahead. I fought and won. Since then, I have now dedicated my time and resources to fighting for the people of Nevada. Yes, I am fighting for you. It is my number one priority to respond to the community outcry at any time. I fight for you, regardless of sex, religion, race, and status.
I request you to join me and fight any action that makes lives much harder than they already are. Make our communities more habitable. To stand up and fight for our rights. Fight for our businesses, both big and small. They need to be operational because everyone depends on them to meet their daily needs. I will be on the frontline fighting any regulation or direction that is unconstitutional or not in the best interest of the community.