Bob Goodman isn't a household name in Nevada, even though his is one of two major-party candidates running for the state's top job. Goodman won the Democratic primary in June, but he earned fewer votes than "None of These Candidates." Most observers think the incumbent, Governor Brian Sandoval, will cruise to an easy victory in November, but Goodman has vowed to put up a fight for the office. So why did he decide to take on the sitting governor, when so many Democrats decided to stay on the sidelines? And how does he plan to defeat the popular Republican governor?
Bob Goodman, Democrat, candidate for governor
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