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John L. Smith On The Continuing Nevada Republican Party Saga


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Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald, right, welcomes President Donald Trump to the podium at a 2018 Las Vegas event.

Nevada Republican Party infighting broke into the public again with the recent TV appearance by a party elder statesman. Sig Rogich said during an interview in Reno that state GOP Chairman Michael McDonald needs to go and the party’s books should be audited. Rogich, 77,  founded and later sold R&R Partners, and he also served as an image-maker and ambassador to his native Iceland in the administration of the first President Bush.


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