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Republican candidates for U.S. Congressional District 1
Republican candidates for U.S. Congressional District 1

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AIR DATE: May 17, 2010

The two leading republican candidates seeking to unseat Shelley Berkley join us to talk about why they are the best candidate to represent Nevada in Congressional District 1.

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Michele Fiore, Republican primary candidate for Congress
Craig Lake, Republican primary candidate for Congress
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    I am listening to this program for my Poly Sci class, and I am enjoying what Mr. Lake has been saying. I agree with Bertsos, partially. I honestly don't believe Ms. Fiore is giving anything of really any substance.
    RichardMay 18, 2010 21:00:35 PM
    Nothing much of substance from these two candidates, other than the usual "tax cuts"......I think Berkely is safe in this race.
    BertsosMay 17, 2010 12:30:28 PM
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