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Natalie Bruzda

Former higher education reporter

Natalie Bruzda covered higher education for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between April 2016 and October 2018. She came to the Review-Journal after living, studying and working in southwestern Pennsylvania her entire life. She is an alumna of Waynesburg University and West Virginia University, and previously covered education and local government at newspapers in Punxsutawney and Uniontown, Pennsylvania.

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Democrat James Ohrenschall, a longtime and term-limited assemblyman, is taking advantage of the vacancy to move to a higher state office. Republican Ron McGinnis is hoping to stop the flood of “career politicians” in his third bid for political office.

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