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The owner of some of the country’s few remaining legal brothels is a step away from claiming a seat in Nevada’s state legislature after he won a Republican primary in a rural district outside Las Vegas on Tuesday.
Dennis Hof, the owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch and a handful of other legal brothels and the star of the HBO series “Cathouse,” took 43 percent of the vote on Tuesday. He beat out Assemblyman James Oscarson (R), who claimed 36 percent of the vote, and a third candidate who took 21 percent.
The article goes on to state the following:
Hof mounted his second bid for public office after state officials proposed banning brothels from operating in two of the seven counties in which they are still legal.
He ran against Oscarson in 2016 as a Libertarian candidate. Oscarson won that race with more than 60 percent of the vote.
This time, Hof cast himself as the “Trump of Pahrump,” his hometown.
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It’s not official yet, but…!!! pic.twitter.com/gqCbHEYzjS
— Dennis Hof (@ElectHof) June 13, 2018
Game Day: Here’s Where the Rubber Meets the Road! Despite all the odds and forces against us, we STILL have a chance to pull off one of the most remarkable political upsets in Nevada history tonight… https://t.co/3VevE1n9XK pic.twitter.com/dwLrwvnhlm
— Dennis Hof (@ElectHof) June 12, 2018
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