Lieutenant governor's race: It's all ...

Lieutenant governor's race: It's all about who hates Obamacare more

There are 1 comment on the Las Vegas Review Journal story from Mar 31, 2014, titled Lieutenant governor's race: It's all about who hates Obamacare more. In it, Las Vegas Review Journal reports that:

Hotelier Sue Lowden may want to turn state Sen. Mark Hutchison 's votes on implementing the Affordable Care Act into a campaign trail liability in their fight for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, but his campaign isn't backing away.

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Elko, NV

#1 May 7, 2014
Sue Lowden is very committed to stopping Common Core. However Mark Hutchinson has not answered my very direct question as to whether or not he would withdraw from Common Core if he had the chance.

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