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Dean Heller and the 2012 Senate
Dean Heller and the 2012 Senate

AIR DATE: February 17, 2011

Internal polling data suggests that Republican Rep. Dean Heller is preparing to announce he will run for the U.S. Senate and attempt to take embattled Senator, John Ensign's seat. We talk with our political pundits about what this means for the 2012 race.

Jon Ralston, Host, "Face-to-Face," KSNV 3
Anjeanette Damon, political reporter, LV Sun

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Congressman Heller will surely be victorious in his quest for the Republican Senate nomination. Congressman Heller is well respected throughout Nevada, and will be a breath of fresh air for those independent voters looking for a good quality candidate. Perhaps the most intriguing question is whether Rep. Heller is able to move to the center on immigration issues. Senator Reids race proved that winning or faring well within the Latino community is crucial in winning a statewide election. In a year where President Obama will be on the ticket, will Rep. Heller make the mistake of discounting the Latino vote?
Luis BeltranFeb 16, 2011 09:03:56 AM
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