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Mayoral Candidate Steve Ross
Mayoral Candidate Steve Ross

AIR DATE: November 23, 2010

Las Vegas City Councilman, Steve Ross says if elected mayor his focus will be jobs, preventing foreclosures and cracking down on loan modification fraud.

But how will he do it?

We continue our conversations with mayoral hopefuls with Las Vegas City Councilman, Steve Ross.

Steve Ross, Las Vegas City Councilman, Ward 6, mayoral candidate
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    Can you explain your leaving the I.B.E.W. to join the Painters union? How can we trust you to be loyal to this town when you can't even be loyal to the local union you were with as an electrician, and then again the local union that worked with you as a contractor?

    What have you done to forward this town when you where Building Trades leader, and where is the growth in your ward as councilman?

    jennifer taborNov 21, 2010 14:58:59 PM
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