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Primary day across America, with five state heading to the polls, including Nevada, where they are narrowing their choice for Governor; chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt reports from Las Vegas.

It is one of the toughest races in Nevada, two Clark County commissioners, both Democrats, are looking for rally the base in a year when the party really believes it can win the governorship for the first time in this century.

“I’m the best candidate because I have the experience,” said Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission chair.

However, his opponent, Chris Giunchigliani, is the fact that you hope the party will be the best.

Steve Sisolak is the Chairman of the powerful Board of Directors for Clark County, the Las Vegas Strip, and approximately two-thirds of the state, of the inhabitants. The 64-year-old was a prominent figure in the Wake of October’s mass shooting in front of a hotel-casino on the Strip, and he is outraising his opponent in the primary school.

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“I have a progressive since before it was a word,” she said.

Hillary Clinton has to increase in weighed Giunchigliani freedom-credentials, telling the voters in a taped robocall, “I have known Chris for many years, and I’ve seen how you an exceptionally progressive and a leader for Nevada.”

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Nevada has not had a democratic Governor in two decades, and to replace both vying Gov. Brian Sandoval, the not run again because of term limits. The winner of Tuesday’s primary likely Republican state Attorney General Adam Laxalt, who is expected to breeze brushes through the primary, put aside the challenge of the State Treasurer Dan Schwartz in November.

The Democratic candidates have promised to stand up, Trump and the National Rifle Association.

Chris Giunchigliani, who goes by “Chris G” is a 63-year-old former state legislator and teacher. She claims she was a progressive ” before it was a word.”

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Sisolak is the Chairman of the powerful Board of Directors for Clark County, the Las Vegas Strip, and approximately two-thirds of the state, of the inhabitants. The 64-year-old was a prominent figure in the Wake of October’s mass shooting in front of a hotel-casino on the Strip, and he is outraising his opponent in the primary school.

But Giunchigliani colors Sisolak as to moderate and beat him for the receipt of an A-minus rating from the NRA in 2012.

Giunchigliani, who goes by “Chris G” is a 63-year-old former state legislator and teacher.

The democratic people’s has a bizarre choice in addition to action with a trace of reproach Giunchigliani, Clark County Commissioner known as Chris G, was soft on sexual predators, while she was an assemblywoman.

“Chris G has single-handedly protected perverts,” said a message to a group of supported Sisolak.

Adam Laxalt, a Republican, was the state Prosecutor since 2015 is already focusing on November and a so-called blue wave for the Democrats. He told Fox News the idea that the Democrats sweep the elections in the state of Nevada in the General election a farce.

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Giunchigliani responded with their own ad tells the story of an 8-year-old sexually abused girl needed in front of the surprisingly revealing: “The 8-year-old girl I was.”

Giunchigliani has courted, the right to vote for women, although she insists that women should not only vote for you because of your gender.

“I don’t want to vote for me, just because I’m a woman,” she said, “but I think this is a more value.”

But you can’t argue, Sisolak’s claim that Nevadans can focus more on the individual candidate’s policy rather than the gender.

“You don’t choose for someone who is based in Nevada on your gender more,” Sislak said, “as you do it, based on your body size or your weight.”

, A retired Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, was the state Prosecutor for 2015 focusing on November and a so-called blue wave for the Democrats is Laxalt already. He told Fox News the idea that the Democrats sweep the elections in the state of Nevada in the General election a farce.

“There is no blue wave ” here. It does not exist,” he said. “In fact, we are on the search for a red wave.”

The reporting of The Associated Press.

Jonathan Hunt currently serves as a New York-based chief correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). Hunt joined the network in 2002 as an international correspondent based in Los Angeles.

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