Tuesday was Primary Election Day. There were numerous challengers to the parties' preferred candidates and then a few of the races were just lotteries. We look at who won and who lost and what it tells us about the election in November.
The Florida primary will be yet another decisive turn in the Republican nominating process and whatever the result, the candidates will be looking to the Nevada caucuses this Saturday. Conservative activist Chuck Muth and New York-based journalist McKay Coppins join us to discuss what they've seen so far and what they're looking for in the coming days.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich surged in the final days of the South Carolina primary to take a double-digit win. That was a win that most pundits had not expected a week earlier when they were confidently predicting that Romney would remain the frontrunner and was almost guaranteed the party's nomination.
The conventional wisdom is that Mitt Romney is unbeatable after he takes the New Hampshire primary. So what will happen after New Hampshire? Two more primaries are scheduled in South Carolina and Florida before the action finally comes to the Nevada caucuses.
Bartering for chickens. Winning the Tea Party endorsement. Campaign finance rules, and voter turnout...What will tip the balance at the voting booths? Who's leading the pack in race for Harry Reid's Senate seat? And who has your vote?
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Some Democratic incumbents are losing their primaries. Should Congresswoman Dina Titus be worried? Dina Titus talks about the hard-hit economy and what she'll do in Washington if she gets re-elected. Have a question for Congresswoman Titus? Post it here!
It's a month until the primary, and the candidate races are already on fire. We're interviewing some of the top contenders on KNPR's "State of Nevada" over the next few weeks. Danny Tarkanian answers your questions about his run to unseat Senator Harry Reid, his ad supporting the Arizona immigration bill, and other issues. Got questions for Danny? Call 258-3552 or e-mail email@example.com.