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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- The majority leader of the U.S. Senate will be speaking at Brigham Young University tomorrow.
Nevada Democrat Harry Reid is scheduled to present a forum at BYU's Marriott Center. BYU says Reid will be speaking about faith, family and public service.
Reid grew up in a rural mining town in Nevada and crossed over to Utah for college. He got his undergraduate degree from Utah State University, then went on to law school at George Washington University.
Reid has been in politics since he was 28, when he was elected to Nevada's State Assembly.
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