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August 28, 2012


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Becky DaQuila

Haha, more gay marriage BS from PPP. Let's have a vote then, shall we? Nevadans would shoot down that crazy idea by a huge margin just like they did the last two times they voted on it.

Obama 2012

Way too close for comfort! But that said, I don't think I've seen a single Nevada poll with Romney in the lead ... so no reason to panic.

Chris Jensen

Tom, I'm with the 19% of Democrats that won't be voting for Berkley. She rubs me completely the wrong way, and I do have questions about her ethics. That being said, I won't be voting for Heller either. I fully expect him to win though. I think Nevadans identify with him more. I would agree that Sandoval has done a decent job so far, and I could even possibly see myself voting for him next time around if the Dems put up a weak candidate. I wonder if I'll be seeing that white and blue 747 parked at the airport one more time in the next 2 weeks, or if "Nevada" being a swing state really means Vegas.

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