In 2014, Victoria Seaman was the first Republican Latina elected to the Nevada Legislature in state history. As the representative for Assembly District 34, Victoria was elected by her colleagues to serve in the leadership role as Assistant Majority Whip of the South. She was appointed to serve on the Committee on Commerce and Labor (Vice Chair), the Committee on Judiciary, and the Committee on Legislative Operations.
Victoria brings her 25-years plus in business and community outreach, as well as her experience as a Nevada State Assemblywoman into her campaign to represent the taxpayers and voters of Senate District 6. Currently representing Nevadans in Assembly District 34, which is within Senate District 6, Victoria is known for her hard work in representing her community.
Victoria regularly holds district events – such as regularly scheduled “Coffee with Constituents” events, precinct walks and community town hall meetings. During the 2015 legislative session, Victoria was often recognized for her accessibility to meet with voters and concerned citizens to discuss various issues and legislation. She proudly stood by her campaign promises to reform education while opposing new and higher taxes on Nevada’s families and job-providers.
As an entrepreneur, Victoria created and managed Day Spa’s and designed and manufactured a high-end Esthetician product line. Victoria oversaw the daily operations of both companies, and after growing both companies successfully, she sold them in 2004 and 2009, respectively.
Throughout her career in business Victoria always had time to raise money and get involved with her community. She has donated her time to the auction committee for the Los Angeles Master Chorale and various other schools and organizations, volunteering to help them with fundraising.
In 2007, Victoria was elected and volunteered one year as a voting delegate for Summerlin South. She spent two years as a volunteer for Central Christian, Summerlin Campus in children’s ministry before she became a member and greeter at the International Church of Las Vegas in 2013.
Victoria’s interest in politics was ignited while earning her degree in Political Science. She is currently working on a degree in Marriage Family Therapy. Since 2009, Victoria has been very active within the local political community. She served on the committee for ARW Community Outreach and is a member of
the Conservative Alliance for Community Growth.
In 2011, Victoria was elected and served one year on the Board of Directors for the Nevada Republican Men’s Club before she was elected 2nd Vice President in 2012. Then, in 2013, she was invited to sit on the steering committee for the bi-partisan group, New America. In November 2013, she joined the Red Rock Search and Rescue Team but took a hiatus to serve in the Nevada Legislature.
Victoria is the proud mother of Tatiana who will be graduating from UCLA this spring. Victoria and her husband love animals, and share their home with their three dogs Pierre, Coco and Jacque.