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Your Nevada Election Update
Your Nevada Election Update

AIR DATE: September 25, 2012

Nevada is a swing state for the presidential election. Some of our big congressional races are also teetering on a knife edge. And some polls have shown some recent surprises in the race for Congress. Republican Danny Tarkanian is leading in a new poll for the 4th Congressional District despite the heavy registration advantage for Democrats and Democratic challenger John Oceguera is way behind in his bid to unseat Congressman Joe Heck. We catch up with what's happening in the race for the White House and Congress in Southern Nevada.
Jon Ralston, host of Face-to-Face and Ralston Reports


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