NV-GOV: Gibbons' Woes Continue
I think David Paterson and Jim Gibbons are having an unpopularity contest and forgot to tell anyone. Nevada's governor has staked his claim as ...
I think David Paterson and Jim Gibbons are having an unpopularity contest and forgot to tell anyone. Nevada's governor has staked his claim as the nation's least-liked chief executive, as the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports:
CARSON CITY -- More than half of Nevada voters have already decided to vote for someone other than Gov. Jim Gibbons in next year's gubernatorial election, according to a new Las Vegas Review-Journal poll.
Fifty-four percent of the registered voters surveyed said they would definitely vote to replace the Republican incumbent if the 2010 election were held today.
Just 11 percent said they would vote to re-elect him, while 30 percent would consider another candidate.
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