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  •  how tough? (1+ / 0-)
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    Kid From Vegas

    i guess the first time her name resurfaced i had my questions, remembering her loss to the prostitute-strangler... though admittedly, her previous run means she starts off with name ID, and i buy the  'buyer's remorse' argument... and she's been getting glowing reviews here and at SSP as 'progressive' - i'm just fishing for bona fides?

    It is difficult to get the news from poems, yet men die miserably every day for lack of what is found there. --William Carlos Williams

    by Richard Platypus on Mon Apr 28, 2008 at 06:01:35 PM PDT

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    •  Clinton Tough, and... (1+ / 0-)
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      I'm a Barack supporter; but I know this lady, she is going to kick ass.

      If in fact Titus makes it official, it could be one of the most hard-fought, mean, low-down and vicious campaigns Nevada has ever seen for any office, period.

      So says CW in Vegas

      All concerns noted, and she lost the last race due to: 1) money in the general, 2) going after Harry's hand picked guy in the primary & that guy being a sore loser; and 3) Northern NV (CD2).

      In 2006 she won the CD3 district by 2% in the Gov race; and now the district has 50k more dems... plus NV has a killer ground game for the Fall.

      •  I think what people have failed to realize so far (1+ / 0-)
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        Kid From Vegas

        is that Dina being willing to run may well be what tips the state for Obama (I'm assuming in the fall.)  I assume that Shelley Berkley will not have a tight race in NV-1, but with strong candidate Jill Derby taking on Dean Heller again in NV-2 and Dina taking it to Jon Porter in NV-3, Democratic turnout is going to be very high.

        Posting a diary on the nomination? Pay your McCain Tax!

        by Seneca Doane on Mon Apr 28, 2008 at 10:17:58 PM PDT

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