Dennis Hof, Recently Deceased Brother Owner, Wins Nevada Election

Deceased Republican Brothel Owner Dennis Hof Elected To Nevada Assembly
Dead brothel owner Dennis Hof wins Nevada election

08 November, 2018

If Hof is declared the victor in his district, the seat will be declared vacant and a replacement will be appointed by three commissioners of the district's three counties, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Officials are still waiting to determine Hof's cause of death.

As for his death, Hof may have literally partied himself to death, as he was found dead in a brothel on October 16, 2018, after celebrating his 72 birthday for four days straight.

The show followed a number of prostitutes who worked in Hof's legal brothels.

Dennis Hof, a Nevada brothel owner and reality TV star who died last month, won an election for Nevada's 36th Assembly District Tuesday night, the Nevada Secretary of State's office said.

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He also starred in the HBO adult reality series Cathouse and wrote a book titled The Art of the Pimp, akin to Trump's book The Art of the Deal. He defeated Democratic school administrator and political newcomer Lesia Romanov in a heavily Republican rural district.

Bonus link: ReasonTV interviewed Hof back in 2014 on prostitution, libertarianism, and more. This year, he ran as a Republican and earned backing from former Trump advisor Roger Stone and tax-cut activist Grover Norquist. As a result, Nevada Republicans encouraged people to vote for him anyway.

Hof, the self-described "Trump of Pahrump", was accused of rape and sexual assault by two of his former employees, according to the Review-Journal, citing a police report and interviews with the women.

When Hof died, it was already too late to remove his name from the ballot, and ballots had already been printed and mailed. Nye is one of 3 counties that make up Nevada's 36th district, which Dennis would've repped if he was alive.

The sprawling assembly district that touches both California and Utah and includes the Nevada National Security Site where nuclear weapons were once tested.

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