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AIR DATE: July 30, 2010

So what kind of traction are the firefighters getting in their campaign against Rory Reid? And why is the firefighters' local endorsing the Republican candidate for governor? Will Sharron Angle be remembered as the runaway candidate? Can she get enough money to neutralize Sen. Harry Reid's massive war chest? Who is likely to emerge victorious from the neck-and-neck struggle for congressional District 3? We talk with the experts to answer these and other political questions in the long slow summer of the mid-term elections.

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Steve Sebelius, Ed, LV CityLife, and Political Analyst, KLAS Channel 8
John L. Smith, author and columnist, LVRJ
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    COMMENTS:
    Do the firefighters think that by attacking Rory Reid and helping to elect Brian Sandoval, that they will receive better treatment should Sandoval be elected? Sandoval has already stated that if elected he will work to reduce all state, county, and local government employee salaries by an additional 4%.
    Jim in HendersonJul 26, 2010 08:58:33 AM
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