Battered By The Bust, Nevada Voters Search For Slivers Of Hope

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The brutal recession has wracked Nevada, where soaring unemployment and foreclosure numbers tell the story of the state's misery. But its importance as a swing state in the 2012 presidential contest has only been enhanced in the four years since it picked Democrat Barack Obama over Republican John McCain, 55 to 43 percent.

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