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What's in Store for Politics in 2012
What's in Store for Politics in 2012

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AIR DATE: January 9, 2012

Surprise Iowa Caucus contender, Rick Santorum is taking the momentum he's built up to Nevada. The former U.S. Senator has hired a local staff to make a run at the February Nevada Caucus. He'll have to deal with Mitt Romney who has built a big base among Nevadans. Meantime as January kicks off the 2012 campaign a number of local races are taking shape. We discuss what's in store for Nevada as candidates prepare for the 2012 election.

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Anjeanette Damon, politics reporter, LV Sun

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