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Mark Manendo resigned Tuesday from the Nevada state Senate after a two-and-a-half-month investigation into allegations of sexual harassment revealed witness tampering and multiple instances of misconduct dating back years.
The Senate Democratic Caucus issued a statement Tuesday evening saying an independent investigator found at least 14 incidents of inappropriate contact during the 2017 legislative session, as well as instances of misconduct in past sessions.
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He added that while the investigation was ongoing, Manendo’s conduct, whether intentional or not, made people feel uncomfortable and was not befitting a senator.“It has become clear to me that the Senator from District 21 has developed a reputation of harassing and intimidating young women at the Legislature and engaging in conduct that makes them uncomfortable and I believe his conduct has had a negative impact on the working environment within the Legislature,” Ford said.
“As my senate term comes to an end, I feel now is the time to step aside and look for new opportunities to serve others.”Senate Democrats did indicate in the statement that the longtime senator at one point contacted a witness and urged her to “fabricate a different version of events.” That detail was first reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal last month.“Such behavior is not tolerable in any context, let alone by an elected member of the Nevada Senate.
It is in the best interests of the institutions of the State Senate and the Nevada Legislature that Senator Manendo resign from office,” caucus officials said.
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