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Brad Leutwyler, Republican candidate for Congressional District 3
Brad Leutwyler, Republican candidate for Congressional District 3

AIR DATE: July 2, 2010

Dina Titus represents a fair chunk of Southern Nevada, including Henderson, Summerlin, and most of unincorporated Clark County. But Brad Leutwyler wants to change that. The UNLV philosophy professor joins three other Republicans vying for Dina's seat. So what does Brad Leutwyler bring to the table? He makes his case for representing Nevada.

Brad Leutwyler, Republican candidate for Congressional District 3

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I would like to know how your going to help protect children from sexual predators
Jennifer IngrandeJun 1, 2010 12:04:09 PM
Wow. A candidate who actually believes in following the Constitution. What a novel concept...
Ryan FitzgibbonsMay 27, 2010 20:39:24 PM
Sounds like an intelligent, disciplined and ethical candidate. A refreshing change in today's political climate.
Joe Hannigan, Colonel, USAF (Ret)May 27, 2010 11:42:30 AM
Brad Leutwyler is so intellegent. I think he will be a refreshing change in government.
Renee ClayMay 27, 2010 11:07:02 AM
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