Once-reliably Republican Nevada is now up for grabs

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Transcript

Nevada, a once reliably Republican state, has just 5 electoral college votes, but both candidates are making a play for the state. John McCain, Sarah Palin and Michelle Obama were all there on Monday. Ian Mylchreest, a reporter from KNPR in Nevada, talks about how demographic changes and the economy have put Nevada in play.

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Ian Mylchreest

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