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Dina Titus
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AIR DATE: November 1, 2010

It's been called perhaps the most important race in the 2010 midterm elections. The race between Democratic incumbent, Dina Titus and Republican challenger, Joe Heck in Nevada's third congressional district. How will Dina Titus overcome the anti-incumbent mood sweeping the country? And in a district where undecided voters are key, what are the strategies for winning those votes? Dina Titus joins us to discuss the campaign issues in the final days of the 2010 midterm elections.

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Rep Dina Titus, Congressional District 3

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I am a small business owner. Like many others we have struggled in this economy. I called the Congresswoman's office to seek assistance. Within a week my partner and I were sitting across the desk from the Congresswoman. I was quite frankly shocked at how accessible she was to us. Subsequently she has opened doors for us and introduced us people who could help us. She has visited our plant. I could not ask for better representation in Washington and as far as I am concerned she has earned the right to return. If you are mad and want to through the bums out, fine. Let's keep the good ones.
Craig MillerOct 28, 2010 19:05:46 PM
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