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Patrick McNaught, Republican candidate for State Senate 12
Patrick McNaught, Republican candidate for State Senate 12

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AIR DATE: May 21, 2010

Republican Primary Contender Patrick McNaught joins us to discuss his plans for solving the state's fiscal crisis and why he wants to be Nevada's next Senator from District 12.

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Patrick McNaught, Republican State Senate candidate in District 12
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    This guy talks of accountability in education. He says TEACHERS and ADMINISTRATORS must be held responsible. He forgot about the third leg of this pyramid, the PARENTS!! Poor students usually are the result of poor parents, not the product of administrators and teachers who are with these children for a limited amount of time each day. A foundation for education begins in the early years and built on in elementary school. Large classes, poor facilities and miserly legislators only serve to further under mind this poor beginning. Education should be given the first priority in funding and the PARENTS be held responsible for their failures to function in the education of their children. (Retired: 20 years in CCSD)
    PeterMay 21, 2010 00:00:00 AM
    Why is noone asking why public officials who are misleading or outright lying to the public aren't being held accountable for their actions?
    Paul C.May 20, 2010 09:28:11 AM
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