“Moving forward, I think we as a party can become stronger by working together,” Bush said.
A message left with the Clark County Republicans was not returned Tuesday.
In just the last couple weeks, two Democratic candidates that were lined up to run for county offices withdrew from the race. Pamela Dixon dropped out of the county commission race and John Young dropped out of the auditor’s race.
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Bush said the party’s central committee is responsible for filling those slots. He is on that committee too and said the group will work hard to put someone in the race that can win in November.
“We will be looking for candidates. Moving forward as we work together it will enhance our ability to get Democrats elected,” Bush said.
As it currently stands, many of the county’s elected offices are held by Republicans. Bush said he hopes to change that.
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“If I am successful in unifying the party and bringing everybody together and working as a unit, then our chances of getting Democrats elected in Clark County will be much stronger than they have been recently,” he said.