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By Steve King
Topic - Sue Lowden
Brian Sandoval is considered such a shoo-in to win his party's nomination for governor that he is sharing his campaign staff with others. Yet the June 10 primary could prove pivotal to the political future of the incumbent Republican.
Nevada Republican lieutenant governor hopefuls Sue Lowden and Mark Hutchison traded jabs over the federal health care law and campaign debt in a televised debate Tuesday, as both vie for the part-time job and possible springboard into the governor's mansion.
Mark Hutchison's campaign for Nevada lieutenant governor is taking on Republican primary opponent Sue Lowden for donating to Harry Reid in previous elections.
Nevada's two Republican lieutenant governor candidates told a GOP party forum in Elko that their experience in elected office would benefit the state if they become the chief executive.