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Republicans to Set Up New "Shadow" GOP party

AIR DATE: May 22, 2012

After years of apparent dysfunction the Nevada Republican Party might be replaced by a shadow GOP. Las Vegas Sun Columnist, Jon Ralston reports the Republican National Committee and the Mitt Romney campaign will create a new Republican group to run get out the vote campaigns, phone programs, voter ID, voter contact, and everything the state GOP hasn't been able to perform. What could that mean in a swing state like Nevada? We talk with Jon Ralston about what a shadow GOP could mean for the state.

Jon Ralston, host, "Face to Face" and political columnist, Las Vegas Sun
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