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City Council Candidate Kristine Kuzemka
City Council Candidate Kristine Kuzemka

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AIR DATE: March 15, 2012

A big field has nominated to run for the special election to fill the Ward 2 seat on the Las Vegas City Council. Among them is Kristine Kuzemka. She is campaigning of themes similar to many other candidates - frugal budgeting and business development downtown. She has other issues such as Ward 2 getting a fair share of its tax revenue spent in the ward and she has criticized Mayor Carolyn Goodman for refusing to endorse same-sex marriage. Kuzemka says it could cost  the city tourism dollars. We talk with the Las Vegas public defender about why she should win this week's special election.
 
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Kristine Kuzemka, Las Vegas Public Defender and candidate, Las Vegas City Council, Ward 2
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