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AIR DATE: June 21, 2011

The Nevada Republican Party will be endorsing a candidate this weekend as the party's nominee for Congressional District Two. Secretary of State Ross Miller had said the election would be a free-for-all. The Supreme Court is now considering that plan but the Republicans, who want to have one candidate to carry the party's banner, will be nominating that one candidate on Saturday.
Steve Sebelius, Political Columnist, LVRJ, and member, KLAS 8's I-Team
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