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“Unfortunately, the reality is that continuing my efforts to win in what would promise to be a resource draining primary at this time is not in the best interest for me, my family, my community and my party,” Kihuen said in a statement.
In response to Kihuen’s withdrawal, Nevada State Democratic Party Chair Roberta Lange released a statement including the following: “Senator Ruben Kihuen is an outstanding public servant with a very bright future in Nevada politics.
“Nevada Democrats are united behind Dina Titus and we look forward to sending her back to Congress to fight for Nevada families.” Kihuen will serve out his term as state Senator. As first Tweeted by @Ralston Flash yesterday, former Rep. Under the new maps, Democrats have a 27 percentage point voter registration advantage over Republicans in the district.
Dina Titus plans to announce (this Thursday) in which congressional district she plans to run. Here’s a quick look at the Titus-Kihuen match-up: Bios Titus taught government classes at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for 34 years, until her retirement in June. House of Representatives from CD-3 in November 2008, where she served on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Education and Labor Committee, and the Homeland Security Committee. Titus lost the seat (by less than 2,000 votes) to Rep. (Interesting historical note: Democrats targeted CD-3 Republican incumbent Jon Porter in 2008.
Assemblyman Richard Mc Arthur, R-Las Vegas, and Republican Conrad Vergara, have also filed.
Early today, a number of state senate candidates were unopposed.
Also at stake is control of the state Legislature, particularly the state Senate, where Democrats have a razor thin 11-10 majority.