Brothel owner Dennis Hof wins seat in Nevada despite being dead

Dennis Hof

Dennis Hof has won a seat in the Nevada state assembly despite being dead

That's one way to explain why Dennis Hof, a former brothel owner and reality TV star who died last month, still won in a landslide yesterday over Democrat Lesia Romanov.

The Nevada Independent has called the Assembly District 36 race for deceased Republican brothel owner Dennis Hof.

Hof's campaign for District 36 - composed of Nye, Lincoln and Clark Counties - was marked by publicity stunts and billboard advertising that broadcast his pledges of repealing taxes and protecting gun rights, according to the USA magazine The New Yorker.

In June, Mr Hof won the nomination contest for a Republican state assembly seat, supported by Trump associates Roger Stone and Grover Norquist and evangelical Christians who said they voted for him because they believed he would clean up politics.

Arguably the single biggest victor in the US Midterms is a brothel owner who has been elected as a congressman for Nevada.

His campaign manager had predicted weeks ago that Hof would overcome his own death to clinch the vote because the district leans heavily Republican and even alluded that Hof would perform better due to the situation.

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"They will feel much more comfortable casting the ballot for him knowing there will be another Republican to replace him", he added.

Hof died at his Love Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nevada, on October 16 shortly after having sex with prostitute Dasha Dare.

Lt. David Boruchowitz with the Nye County Sheriff's Office confirmed Hof's death, but said the department is sharing no additional details. Odom entered a coma but survived.

Hof joined the Republican Party after President Donald Trump was elected and mimicked the president's tone in his own campaign, the Los Angeles Times reported. He had nicknamed himself the "Trump from Pahrump", after the town where he lived in Nevada.

Dennis Hof, unfortunately, won't be able to serve the people of Nevada - 'cause he's dead and all - so the Silver State's running good old-fashioned want ads to find a replacement.

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