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SENATOR HARRY REID PRESENTS THE MOVING NEVADA FORWARD CAMPAIGN


Senator Harry Reid and Secretary Ray LaHood presented the Moving Nevada Forward campaign at McCarran International Airport on Friday.  From left to right: U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, Director Nevada Department of Transportation Susan Martinovich, President and CEO Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Kristin McMillan, U.S. Senator Harry Reid, Director of the Clark County Department of Aviation Randy Walker, President and CEO Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority Rossi Ralenkotter and Las Vegas City Councilman Larry Brown.  (Photo courtesy of Glenn Pinkerton/Las Vegas News Bureau)
 

 

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