September 22, 2014
Robert "Bob" Goodman wins Democratic nomination to run against Governor Brian Sandoval in the 2014 General Election. Courtesy: www.goodman4nevada.com
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A little-known Democrat challenger has won his party's gubernatorial primary and will make a longshot bid to unseat Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval in November.
Robert Goodman, a retired state economic development commissioner, emerged Tuesday from a field of eight candidates that included a casino executive, a lawyer, an artist and a radio show host.
State Democratic Party leaders were unable to persuade any high-profile candidates to take on the hugely popular governor who already has raised more than $3 million in campaign funds and easily dispatched of four challengers in Tuesday's GOP primary.
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