Wimmer blames Nevada GOP leaders for job debacle
Nevada GOP chair’s claim that they don’t know each other is untrue, ex-Utah legislator says.
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Chuck Muth, a Nevada-based political consultant, said based on Wimmer’s public criticisms of the party ("They’re not just dysfunctional, they’re non-functional"), he likely wouldn’t work in Nevada politics ever again.
But he said the overall damage to the image of the state party wouldn’t be severely impacted by Wimmer’s failed bid for the job.
"It’s negligible because so many things have been going so wrong for so long," Muth said. "I don’t think it can do any more damage."
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