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Politics in the Dog Days of Summer
Politics in the Dog Days of Summer

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AIR DATE: August 23, 2011

Those dog days of summer are the time to lay out plans for the coming election season. Some Republican scouts are already looking for the best places to campaign in Nevada but others are all but ignoring the Silver State. Then there's the election that no one seems to care very much about - the special election to replace Dean Heller for the last 15 months of his term. Will Republicans carry Mark Amodei to victory or will Kate Marshall steal enough with her tough position on spending and debt.
 
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Anjeanette Damon, political reporter, LV Sun

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