Rep. Heller to Run for Nevada Senate Seat

Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 01:36 PM

By Dan Weil

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Rep. Dean Heller, R-Nev., announced in an e-mail to supporters Tuesday that he’s running for the Senate seat of retiring Republican John Ensign. The three-term congressman focused in the e-mail on his fight against "reckless government spending," The Hill reports.

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"As families across Nevada struggle to pay their bills and fight to keep their homes, Barack Obama and his beltway allies are proposing record spending that will add to America's job-killing debt from a stratospheric $14 trillion to a staggering $20 trillion," Heller wrote.

"In 2008, I stood up to former President Bush, then-Senator Obama, and Washington special interests and said no to the Wall Street bailout," Heller added.

A recent poll from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling showed Heller in front of every potential Democratic candidate in the race.



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