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GOP TV Ads Hit Nevada

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(Las Vegas, NV)  —  Two of the Republican presidential hopefuls are airing TV spots to drum up support for the February 4th caucus in Nevada.  The “Review-Journal” says Ron Paul’s 30-second ad touts him as the “big dog” when it comes to federal spending cuts.  Mitt Romney’s ad portrays the former Massachusetts governor as a leader and family man.  There’s no word on whether Newt Gingrich will air TV spots in Nevada.  Las Vegas Sands Chairman Sheldon Adelson recently donated five-million dollars to the former House speaker’s political action committee.

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