An American State Elected A Dead Brothel Owning Reality TV Star

An American State Elected A Dead Brothel Owning Reality TV Star

People who are interested in filling the seat of deceased Nevada Assembly District 36 victor Dennis Hof are invited to submit their application, Clark County announced.

Dennis Hof defeated Democratic opponent Lesia Romanov on Tuesday in Nevada's deep-red Assembly District 36, which President Trump won in 2016 with 68 percent support, according to The Hill. The 36th Assembly District is situated in the south portion of Nevada, and includes portions of Nye, Lincoln, and Clark counties.

It has been learnt that there are procedures in place to ensure that local county commissioners may appoint another Republican to fill his seat, when the posthumous victory is confirmed. And as tragic as his death was, Hof campaign manager Chuck Muth previously indicated his boss's passing might actually help his electoral chances.

Hof owned brothels in Nevada - the only USA state where they are legally allowed to operate - and starred in am HBO reality show called Cathouse.

"There are a lot of Republicans who were uncomfortable voting for Dennis because of the nature of his business and they now know that he is not the one who will be serving", Muth told Reuters last month.

He also wrote a book called The Art of the Pimp, a title similar to Donald Trump's book The Art of the Deal.

"He was discovered by longtime friend Ron Jeremy - who went to his room to wake him for a scheduled lunch at the Pahrump Senior Center - around 11am".

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Dennis Hof was found dead at his Love Ranch in Crystal, Nevada on October 16, two days after his 72nd birthday.

This year, he ran as a Republican and earned backing from Trump associate Roger Stone and tax-cut activist Grover Norquist.

Brothels operate legally in seven rural Nevada counties.

But much of Nevada's establishment GOP shunned him.

He said he faced political retribution this year in the form of an anti-brothel push and regulatory problems.

It was too late to remove his name from the ballot paper, where Hof stood for the Nevada State Assembly - and voters selected him, despite widespread coverage of his death.

Hof was accused of sexual assault at least four times, most recently in September.

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