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Captain Noah V. Malgeri

Captain Malgeri is a combat veteran of the US Army
He is running for United States House of Representatives in
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The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC is endorsing the 145th Combat Veteran For Congress in 13 years; Captain Noah V. Malgeri, USA (JAG), Esq. resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, and served his country proudly in the US Army for eight years.  He is a fiscally conservative candidate running in the 3rd Congressional District of Nevada, for the seat of two term radical liberal Representative Susie Lee (D-NV-3).  CPT Malgeri will work to rein in the out-of-control spending by irresponsible Social Democrat members of Congress, work toward reducing the national debt, will support strengthening the US Armed Forces, will protect and support the 2nd Amendment’s Right to Bear Arms, and will strongly support the Free Enterprise System to stimulate economic growth and to unleash private sector business development.   

CPT Malgeri is an avid supporter of Law Enforcement and will protect the Freedom of Religion and Speech guaranteed by the US Constitution.  He will defend traditional Family Values and will provide “true” representation for the average American voter in Nevada and in the Republic.  CPT Malgeri fully understands issues facing members of the US Armed Forces and will ensure they are cared for while serving their country on active duty, serving as reservists, and in their retirement as Veterans.  He considers the radical Socialist Democrat Party’s agenda a threat to the founding principles of the Republic.  CPT Malgeri supports closing the wide-open southern border, to prevent the entry of drugs, MS-13 gang members, terrorists, human traffickers, and the over 200,000 Illegal Aliens from 160 countries who have been entering the United States each month over the last 14 months.   

Rep Susie Lee has voted along party lines in lock step with Pelosi’s failed programs 99% of the time and voted for the irresponsible out of control spending by the irresponsible Socialist Democrats in Congress driving the increase in inflation.  Lee co-sponsored the bill to federalize national elections and voted to reduce Tricare benefits for active military personnel and retirees.  She voted to impeach President Trump twice, with no proof that there were any impeachable offenses by the President of the United States.  She voted to keep the southern border wide open, so over 2.5 million Illegal Aliens from 160 countries could flood across a wide-open border since Biden was inaugurated. 

In an example of her lack of compassion for her constituents, Lee voted against reducing personal income tax, and supports increasing the national debt.  She supports the removal of the Electoral College, supports giving the vote to 1.2 million Illegal Aliens regardless of their criminal records, supports free medical care for Illegal Aliens while forty thousand homeless Veterans are sleeping on the streets with no medical care at all, and supports abortion to the day of birth.  She is in support of government controlled Universal Health Care, and Medicare for all.  

Noah V. Malgeri was born on October 4, 1974, in Hartford, Connecticut, and was raised in Chelmsford, Massachusetts; in 1989, the family moved to Pullman, Washington.  Noah comes from a family that has served the in the Armed Forces.  After Pearl Harbor both of his grandfathers joined the US Navy as enlisted sailors, and to serve in the Pacific Theatre during WWII, three of his great uncles served in the US Army during the Korean War, and his brother serves as a Captain in the British Army as a Chaplain.  Noah played soccer in Pullman High School and graduated in June 1993.  

In 1993, Noah matriculated in engineering at Boston University in Boston Massachusetts, was a member of ROTC, and a member of the ski racing team; he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in May 1967.  In May 2003, CPT Noah Malgeri graduated from George Washington University Law School, in Washington, DC with a Juris Doctorate Degree.  In June 2006, a Master of Law Degree (LLM) was conferred on Noah V. Malgeri at the University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.   

During his college summer break in 1994, Cadet Malgeri went through US Airborne School at Fort Benning, GA and qualified for his Parachutist Badge.   During his college summer break in 1995, Cadet Malgeri went through US Army Air Assault School at Fort Drum, New York.  During his college summer break in 1996, Cadet Malgeri went through US Army ROTC Advanced Camp at Fort Bragg, NC.  On May 17, 1997, Cadet Noah Malgeri was sworn into the US Army as a Second Lieutenant with other members of his ROTC Unit at Boston University, Boston, MA. 

2nd LT Malgeri matriculated at George Washington University Law School in Washington DC, in August 1997.  In November of 1998 2nd LT Malgeri was promoted to First Lieutenant; he graduated from George Washington University in June 2000 with a Juris Doctorate Degree.  In January 2001, 1st LT Malgeri reported to the Judge Advocate General Officer Basic Course in Charlottesville, VA and completed training in April 2001.  In May 2001, he was transferred from CONUS to the US Army V Corps and reported to Patton Barracks in Heidelberg, Germany as a JAG Attorney and Trial Attorney.  In January 2002, CPT Malgeri attended the US Army Legal Assistance Course in Heidelberg, Germany.  In February 2002, 1st LT Malgeri was promoted to Captain.   

 

In February 2003, CPT Malgeri deployed from Patton Barracks in Heidelberg, Germany to Camp Doha, Kuwait in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with Commander Joint Task Force SEVEN (CJTF-7), as an Operational Law Attorney and a Brigade Command Judge Advocate as a Trial Counsel.  CPT Malgeri and CJTF-7 received incoming SCUD missile fire while in Kuwait.  CPT Malgeri was then assigned to Camp Dogwood, Iraq; Camp Taji, Iraq; Camp Victory, Iraq, and Camp Anaconda/Ballad Air Base, Iraq; throughout his time in Iraq, CPT Malgeri was subject to routine mortar attacks, he also spent four days in Qatar.   He was transferred back to the Patton Barracks in Heidelberg, Germany in March 2004, then from Patton Barracks back to CONUS.  For his tour of duty in Kuwait and Iraq, CPT Malgeri was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and a Combat Patch.  Capt Malgeri remained with V Corps at Patton Barracks until April 15, 2005, when he was Honorably Discharged from the US Army after eight years of service. 

 

When Captain Noah V. Malgeri, USA (JAG) was Honorably Discharged and retired on April 15, 2005, his military awards for active duty service included the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal (Oak Leaf Cluster for 2ndAward),  Army Achievement Medal (Oak Leaf Cluster for 2nd Award), Meritorious Unit Commendation, Overseas Service Ribbon, Combat Patch, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and various Service and Campaign Medals.

 

Following his discharge from the US Army, Noah V. Malgeri remained in Heidelberg, Germany and studied law at the University of Heidelberg, where he received a German Master of Law Degree (LL.M.) in June 2006.  Following graduation Noah Malgeri, Esq returned to CONUS and accepted a position as a Patent Attorney at Cooley LLP in Reston, VA until December of 2008.  Noah then accepted a position as a Patent Attorney at Fish & Richardson in Boston, MA from December 2008 until January of 2020.  In January 2020 Noah accepted a position as a Patent Attorney at Pepper Hamilton in Boston, MA and Irvine, CA until October of 2016.  In October 2016 he accepted a position as the Director of the Pro Bono Project at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, NV until July of 2021, when he terminated his position and announced his intention to run for Congress in the 3rdCongressional District of Nevada.

 

Captain Noah V. Malgeri is a lifetime member of the VFW, a member of the NRA and Gun Owners of America.   CPT Malgeri has been endorsed by Cong Paul Gosar (R-AZ-4), Cong Robert "Rob" Simmons, Col-USA/CIA (R-CT-Ret), Cong Paul Collins Broun, Cdr-USNR (MC) (R-GA-Ret), Cong Kerry Bentivolio, SFC/MI-ANG (R-MI-Ret), Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini, Esq. (R-FL-32), Former Nevada Clark County Commissioner Bruce Woodbury, the Host of The Steve Sanchez Syndicated Radio Talk Show, the Combat Veterans For Congress PAC, the America First PAC, Vote for Vets, United Christians for America, Republicans for National Renewal, Restore Liberty, and the Bull Moose Project.  CPT Malgeri, and his wife Rachel, are the parents of their sons Gabrian age 13, and Giacomo age 6; they attend the Sunshine Bible Church in Henderson, NV.  

The Combat Veterans For Congress PAC is pleased to endorse Captain Noah V. Malgeri, USA (JAG), Esq. for election to the 3rdCongressional District of Nevada.  CPT Malgeri will employ outstanding management skills and provide the wisdom to better solve problems facing Nevada in the future.  If you review CPT Malgeri’s positions on his campaign Web site, you would be pleased with his policies; they also agree with the Combat Veterans For Congress Mission Statement.  We look forward to supporting CPT Malgeri and are pleased that a Combat Veteran of his caliber is running for election to Congress.  

If you have friends, associates, or relatives who know voters in Nevada, kindly pass this E-mail on to them, and ask them to support CPT Malgeri by working in his campaign, by providing financial support for his campaign in any amount, and/or by networking with others who would be willing to support his re-election campaign.  The military is one of the few remaining institutions producing the caliber of men and women needed to restore this nation to the greatness our Founding Fathers envisioned.  We have endorsed another Combat Veteran For Congress that General George Washington would have approved of.  He is a Veteran who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to “The United States of America” for an amount “up to and including his life.”


 

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