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AIR DATE: June 24, 2009

Assemblyman John Hambrick, former chairman of the Clark County Republican Party
Bernie Zadrowski, chairman of the Clark County Republican Party
Prof. Eric Herzik, Political Science Department, University of Nevada, Reno
Joe Brown, former Republican National Committee Member
The Ensign affair is just the latest in a series of setbacks for Nevada Republicans. Sen. John Ensign was set to lead the rebuilding of the state party but that plan has been thrown into disarray with the revelation of last week's scandal. Popular approval of the state's other leading Republican, Gov. Jim Gibbons, is barely reaching double digits. So what does the party have to do? We talk with party leaders to find out.
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