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Legislative Update: Mayor's Race and Noise from Carson City
Legislative Update: Mayor's Race and Noise from Carson City

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AIR DATE: April 7, 2011

It’s time for our political roundup, with political analysts Jon Ralston and Anjeanette Damon.  We’re going to talk about the flurry of bills up for votes in Carson City, plus Governor Sandoval’s first veto.  Plus, why Democratic state senators in Carson City are warring over gun control laws, and today's primary election for the mayoral race in Las Vegas.  Carolyn Goodman has been leading the polls and fundraising – can anyone upset her?
 
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Jon Ralston, Host of "Face to Face" on KSNV & political columnist for LV Sun
Anjeanette Damon, Capitol bureau reporter, LV Sun
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