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Governor Sandoval Speaks at GOP Convention
Governor Sandoval Speaks at GOP Convention

AIR DATE: August 29, 2012

Governor Brian Sandoval will now speak Tuesday evening at the Republican National Convention, after Monday's events were canceled due to approaching Tropical Storm Isaac.  We talk with Las Vegas Sun political reporter Anjeanette Damon about the speech and the importance of Gov. Sandoval being among a new group of Republican state leaders being touted as the future of the party.
Anjeanette Damon, political reporter, LV Sun

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    when u talk about black or latino or asian or white people today// where do i fall in your segregation talk. im 1/4 white latino black asian. so when you talk black am i part of that ior not ??
    jimmy towerAug 28, 2012 21:52:18 PM
    what baffles me is today there are so many mixes of races that im not sure where i belong im a 1/4 white/ 1/4 black 1/4 mexican and a 1/4 asian what im getting at is the media is the center of segregation, they need to stop reporting the numbers on everything related to race. or even stop referencing color or race in any media message. if nobody talked race or color it wouldnt matter anymore. the media makes me think where do i belong not my peers
    edward wilson Aug 28, 2012 21:35:52 PM
    i think one of the most effective way to slow down racism would be to stop the media from segragating races. example would be just about everyday on radio tv i hear stats on white black and latino asian other. if these stats would not be taken which segragates races there would be a slow down in racism which starts from segregation.
    edward wilsonAug 28, 2012 21:28:54 PM
    Too bad that "our man in Tampa" is a high-tax, big-government republican and not the real thing. But, then again, most republicans in Nevada fall into that category.
    Tom HurstAug 27, 2012 20:53:33 PM
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