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Dems Could Pass On The Governor's Race
Dems Could Pass On The Governor's Race

AIR DATE: December 13, 2013

What if the Democrats don't run a candidate for governor? It might seem farfetched, but political insiders are increasingly considering the possibility that Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval will run uncontested for a second term in office. How would that maneuver affect races further down the ballot? And could it change the shape of the campaign for U.S. Senate in 2016?


Jon Ralston, host, Ralston Reports

Andrew Doughman, political reporter, Las Vegas Sun

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