owner of the "art of procuring" and brothels win the elections in America[/size] Twilight News
Saturday, 16 June 2018
The Republican Party activist Dennis Huff, owner of a licensed chain of brothels and the star of a show on reality television on Friday, criticized his party after winning the party's primary in Nevada.
The 71-year-old Huff defeated James Oscarson, a hospital executive.
Hoff will have the best chance in his conservative constituency when he faces democracy, Lissa Romanov, in November.
"Electoral councils have shown incompetence for a long time and have only won the majority in the last 33 years," Hoff said in a statement.
"And the only time they won the majority in 2015, it spoiled it by establishing the largest tax increase in the history of Nevada."
Hoff, who did not receive Republican support in the primaries, said he was pleased not to be associated with a party of incompetent politicians who would hurt his reputation.
"The councils of the electoral bodies worked against me in an effective and strong way in the primary elections, as usual they failed."
He said he would form a "single wolves electorate" and hold "more fun" meetings than traditional ones. Expressing confidence in winning in November.
The brothels operate legally in seven rural counties in Nevada, despite voting for the Nov. elections in the province of Lyon, where Hoof has four of these houses.
Hoff, the author of "The Art of Pimping," which has achieved a high percentage of sales, describes himself as "Trump Paramb" in the name of the city of Baramp, Nevada, where he owns 2 brothels.