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State Sen. John Lee Joins the Race for Congress
State Sen. John Lee Joins the Race for Congress

AIR DATE: August 26, 2011

State Sen. John Lee, D-North Las Vegas, is one of three Democrats to join the race for Congress in 2012. The districts have not been drawn but Lee is one of three Democrats to announce they will run for one of four of Nevada's congressional seats. Lee touts his small business experience and time in Nevada's statehouse as key qualifications for the jobs. John Lee joins us to discuss his run for Congress.
State Sen. John Lee, D-North Las Vegas, and candidate for Congress
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