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Lt. Governor Race Gets Interesting
Lt. Governor Race Gets Interesting

AIR DATE: January 23, 2014

The pundits say that Gov. Brian Sandoval will win this year’s election in a walkover. So far no Democrat has nominated. And that means there is some tough competition to be the Lieutenant Governor.

Leading Republicans, including the Governor and Sen. Dean Heller, endorsed State Sen. Mark Hutchison when he nominated. Former Assemblywoman and U.S. Senate candidate Sue Lowden is also running, but that old Senate campaign is giving her a little embarrassment.


Jon Ralston, Ralston Reports

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