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City Council Candidate Bob Beers
City Council Candidate Bob Beers

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AIR DATE: December 26, 2012

A field of nine is running to replace Steve Wolfson on the Las Vegas City Council. One of them is former State Senator Bob Beers. His signs are up already around town and he's promising that he will continue to be a fiscal hawk at City Hall as he was in Carson City.

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Bob Beers, candidate for Ward 2, Las Vegas City Council


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Is Bob Beers ready to admit that the $300 million he spent from state coffers on people who registered vehicles with the DMV would have been better utilized if he had instead saved it in the rainy day fund to help us in the economic downturn?
Jim in HendersonMar 6, 2012 09:26:48 AM
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