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-- Latinos coverage of the Republican National Convention continues on you.
And today we have a very special guest the first -- governor of Nevada -- Brian Sandoval played so much for joining us today very much -- Brian thank you -- honor for -- Tonight is an extremely big night on day dude you're gonna you know on really big speech in your career what is the message you're -- -- and about Nevada.
Some of the entire country vote.
Several messages but first and foremost and I very humble beginnings.
And as I tell students at schools but -- -- -- that.
Anybody if you put the hard work and work hard at school and you dream big that you could be -- and that's room talk about tonight might and we didn't happen.
Famous lawyers judges -- their -- there is very encouraging and public service and so.
Again -- and try to be inspirational in terms of -- the Latino children and folks out there that.
You -- do it there is going to be having to Hispanics tonight from -- yes nominally higher here but obviously going to be talking about it in support of governor Romney.
Congressman Ryan that they're the right people to be in the White House and talk about my state that has been hardest hit.
By some of the policies and industry all.
Nevada has been one of the hardest -- states can you paint a picture for our viewers out there on what's really going on on the ground -- -- and Nevada the last forty years.
Well it's been extremely difficult we went from the fastest growing state.
In the country with the lowest unemployment rate to the statement highest proposed rate highest unemployment highest bankruptcy.
So economically it's very difficult.
Things are starting to arrive in the mine reduced spending in our state I've implemented very -- decision with with regard.
To consolidating state agencies -- some members.
I've developed a very aggressive economic development plan to all those things to get people back to work -- very ambitious goal.
Putting 50000 people back to work by 2014.
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