Berkley and Heller meet again in debate
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Voters will decide on more than the presidential race on Nov. 6.
Nevadans will also be voting for a U.S. senator.
The two candidates -- Republican Dean Heller and Democrat Shelley Berkley -- met for a second debate on Thursday night.
They talked about a wide range of issues including healthcare, online gaming, immigration reform and an issue that is hitting everyone hard in Southern Nevada -- rising gasoline prices and ways to bring the cost of energy down.
Heller and Berkley have one more debate on the books. It is scheduled for Oct. 13.