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Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald
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AIR DATE: February 8, 2013

The Nevada Republican Party has backed comprehensive immigration reform but the decision did not come easily. What is the future of the Republican Party after the defeat of Mitt Romney and the retirement from the presidential arena of Ron Paul? Can the party rebuild itself for Gov. Brian Sandoval in 2014 and the party's presidential nominee in 2016? We discuss the party's future with the state chairman.
 
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Michael McDonald, Chairman, Nevada Republican Party
 
 
 
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    How are you, as Party Chairman, bridging the ideological and political gaps between the staff of the Nevada Republican Party, which is comprised of mostly Ron Paul supporters, and the private group created and financially supported by the national party? Are there still two Republican parties in Nevada or has that changed since President Obama's re-election?
    Jim in HendersonFeb 5, 2013 07:17:33 AM
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