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What's next for Nevada Republicans
What's next for Nevada Republicans

AIR DATE: October 28, 2011

The Nevada GOP caved to pressure from national powers and moved its caucus date to February 4 from January 14. In exchange for the move the party was promised VIP seating at the Republican National Convention and its full number of delegates. Meanwhile, the GOP wrapped up a week long conference on Republican issues at the Venetian. Former Nevada Gov. Bob List joins us to talk about what's in store for Nevada Republicans looking ahead to 2012.
Bob List, former Nevada Governor
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