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Polls and Primaries
Polls and Primaries

AIR DATE: March 23, 2012

The slates are now complete for the primaries in June. The big names drew some opponents and there will be a couple of tough intramural battles to see who carries the party banners in the congressional and legislative races. The big race for the U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Dean Heller continues to be too close to call. And the Las Vegas City Council will have a new member by Wednesday.
Jon Ralston, host of Face-to-Face and political columnist, LV Sun

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