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Tuesday was primary election day in Nevada and the lack of a headline race like a U.S. Senate seat means the turnout is historically low. Still a number of important slots are on the line including which Republican will run for the Lieutenant Governor's chair and who will become Sheriff of Clark County. Many Republican State legislators are also facing primary challengers because they are said to be too flexible in Carson City. We look at the results. We'll also discuss the allocation of medical marijuana licenses by Clark County to see who are the winners and losers in another whole category of life.

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Jon Ralston, host, Ralston Reports

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