Seven of the eight major Republican presidential candidates will be in Nevada Tuesday for a debate.
Former ambassador Jon Huntsman is boycotting the debate because Nevada has set its first-in-the-west caucus on January 14th, which could force New Hampshire to hold its primary in early December. (Huntsman will instead campaign in New Hampshire.)
With possibly only weeks to go before the first votes are cast, the candidates still haven't said much about one of the most pressing problems in Nevada: the state has the highest home foreclosure rate in the country.
- Jon Ralston, political columnist for the Las Vegas Sun. He Tweets at @RalstonFlash.
This segment aired on October 18, 2011.