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Jockeying For The Next Election
Jockeying For The Next Election

AIR DATE: February 5, 2014

It's barely into February and already congressional candidates are announcing for 2014 and 2016! That's right, Councilman Bob Beers is already campaigning for Sen. Harry Reid's seat in the 2016 election. And the mud is flying in the race for lieutenant governor and the Democrats are still looking for a a candidate at the top of their ticket. And former Senate candidate, Sharron Angle, has organized a voter ID petition for the next election. 


Jon Ralston, host Ralston Reports

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