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AIR DATE: October 26, 2010

The race for Nevada's Third Congressional District has been neck and neck for most of the election season. Will Dr. Joe Heck unseat first-term incumbent Dina Titus on the Republican wave or will the Congresswoman be able to persuade her constituents that health care and financial reform are good reasons to stay with her. The Hill - the Capitol Hill newspaper - has a new poll out on the race and we look at that and how the race is shaping up and what it says about the shape of the Congress after the 2010 elections.

The 3rd Congressional District of Nevada is a congressional district occupying the suburbs of Las Vegas, including Henderson, parts of North Las Vegas and Summerlin, and much of unincorporated Clark County.

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Emily Goodin, Assoc Ed, The Hill
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