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State Senator Greg Brower
State Senator Greg Brower

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AIR DATE: May 20, 2011

State Sen. Greg Brower has barely been in his current job a few months. He was nominated to replace Sen. Bill Raggio who resigned before the Legislature met. And his seat seems likely to be eliminated in this year's redistricting of the Nevada Senate. But he's thrown his hat into the ring with quite a few other candidates for the special election in Nevada's Second Congressional District. The seat became vacant when then-Congressman Dean Heller was appointed to replace disgraced Sen. John Ensign.
 
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State Senator Greg Brower, Republican candidate for Nevada's Second Congressional District

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This sounds so trivial. Where were the ethics people when the banks dragged this country into a hole?
MichaelMay 19, 2011 20:30:18 PM
2 Comments: 1) YOU seem to to be more interested in running for office than attending to your current duties. I believe that the senior members in the Senate including the committee chairman regarding your tendency to sign in and then leave the committee meetings in the middle or early. 2) YOU do seem to be more interested in backing Gov Sandoval in his inability to compromise in the budget WITH ANY TAX increases and you show that you will not work with Democrats.
Will SchroederMay 19, 2011 09:46:01 AM
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