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Sen. Bryan to meet with residents in Zephyr Cove

In his last tour of Nevada before retirement, U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan, D-Nev., is traveling the state’s backroads and byways in an effort to reach rural community residents.

Lake Tahoe’s waterfront communities of Zephyr Cove and Incline Village are the next stops on the list.

“I have truly enjoyed the smaller communities and listening to the concerns of the voters every summer for the last 12 years,” Bryan said. “It hasn’t always been easy. Nevadans are well-informed and passionate about their beliefs, that is why I have learned so much from all of the people I have spoken with over the years.”

Bryan’s tour, which he has completed every year in the last 12 years during the Senate’s annual August recess, started in Pahrump on July 31. After stopping at Lake Tahoe’s east shore, the tour ends on Labor Day in Fallon.

Bryan, whose political term ends at the end of the year, will hold a town hall meeting today at Zephyr Cove, 5 to 6 p.m. at the Zephyr Cove Senior Center, at U.S. Highway 50 and Warrior Way.

In his final tour, he said he would like to thank Nevadans for allowing him to represent them for the last 12 years and to inform voters about the importance of the upcoming election.

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