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'Ordain Women' Protests Meeting
The Future Of Africa
Henderson Cidates for Mayor

AIR DATE: May 20, 2009

... A $50 million budget shortfall has led to possible across-the-board budget cuts for the city of Henderson. We talk with the two men seeking to replace Jim Gibson as Henderson mayor: Republican Steve Kirk and Democrat Andy Hafen. Early voting started on Saturday, May 16th and runs through May 29th. The general election is on Tuesday, June 2nd.

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