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State rep hopefuls talk spending

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By David Giuliani

State Rep. Richard Vigil told an audience at a candidates forum Tuesday about legislation he’s pushed that he said has helped Las Vegas.

One of his opponents, Travis Regensberg, questioned the state’s priorities for spending, and another rival, Naomi Montoya, spoke against the expansion of government.

The three are vying to be the Democratic nominee for District 70 state representative in the June 3 primary. District 70 covers Las Vegas, the Valley, other rural areas in San Miguel County and the eastern portion of Torrance County.


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