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Rep. Dina Titus
Rep. Dina Titus

AIR DATE: August 27, 2010

The latest polls show Congresswoman, Dina Titus in a dead heat with Republican challenger Joe Heck. Polls also show Democrats are becoming increasingly unpopular which many believe might lead to shift in power after the November elections. Meanwhile the economy continues to crawl its way to recovery as new jobs remain elusive. So what's Dina Titus's plan for helping the Las Vegas economy recover? Dina Titus joins us to take your phone calls and emails.

Rep. Dina Titus, Congressional District 3
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    A previous caller indicated that Ms. Titus did not respond to her Email. Which was my experience also, though when she was running she did respond, saying that she would get back to me after the election. Not only did she not get back to me, but she actively avoided me. To bad, as my idea was a free market solution to the real estate problem which would have addressed the problem of all military families who are under water. www dot dnusbaum dot com / fix dot html
    Doug NusbaumAug 25, 2010 10:41:48 AM
    Ms. Titus,

    I spoke with you the last time you were on State of Nevada regarding your Defense Appropriations bill to help military families who are underwater on their homes. You encouraged me to get in contact with you, but unfortunately I got no response to my email. I am very interested in hearing about the status of the bill. My family is due to leave Las Vegas in 9 months and we are unsure of what to do with our home. We have excellent credit, did not take out an exotic mortgage or buy a home we couldn't afford, and yet our house is worth 50% what we paid for it. I would appreciate any help you could offer.

    JessicaAug 25, 2010 09:07:35 AM
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