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NV Senate: Heller, Berkley neck and neck
NV Senate: Heller, Berkley neck and neck

AIR DATE: November 1, 2011

US Senator Dean Heller has upset the members of the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce.  The senator was scheduled to speak before the chamber then cancelled last minute.  His reason?  He was tipped off that a staffer for his Senate opponent, U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, was spotted at the meeting with a camera.  Will this hurt Heller's efforts to win the Latino support?
Steve Sebelius, Political Columnist, LVRJ

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On the very day Senator Heller voted NO on the the JOBS BILL in Washington for Americans ...he voted YES for continuing to send jobs from here TO CHINA. Shame on him. It seems he only knows how to vote yes about jobs if it is in the best interests of corporations outsourcing our jobs to China ! He is hiding from Nevada citizens and not showing up for meetings here to explain his actions ! He was APPOINTED a senator Not voted to be senator ! We should NOT VOTE for him to continue to be our Senator. He does not represent Nevada. He is not helping Nevadans who are unemployed. He is serving only corporate interests and that party of "do nothing" interests in the Congress. His politics does not include the majority of the American People or Nevadans.
ShirleyOct 29, 2011 21:12:36 PM
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