Despite the efforts of others to ignore his popularity and name
recognition, Bobby G is now running for the top cop position. No one
has a better name recognition or is more popular and well liked in
political and social circles and charity organizations than Bobby G.
Former Las Vegas Constable Robert “Bobby G” Gronauer is one of the
sheriff candidates that has been ignored by the media, the
administration clan, and the several groups that are supporting those
whom they want to be the winners.
Gronauer, known by everyone in the community as Bobby G, is a former
member of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and a
three-term constable of Las Vegas Township.
Face The Tribune is a controversial political radio show that is heard
all over because of its online status; the show has a regular audience
in Buffalo, New York, Canada, Ohio and Florida — as far as we know.
Many computers in law offices, courthouse departments, and perhaps
even Metro are tuned to www.RadioTribune.com at noon to hear
well-known personalities and surprise guests.
Face The Tribune is aired daily from noon to one and is produced by
Las Vegas Tribune newspaper and directed by its founder, Rolando
Larraz, who created the show five years ago with two different hosts,
former Clark County Recorder Fran Dean and now Assemblywoman Michelle
Today, the show is co-hosted by former Nye County District Attorney
Bob Beckett and the Las Vegas Tribune founder and publisher, Rolando
The list of personalities and political figures that have been guests
on Face The Tribune includes Attorney General Catherine Cortes-Masto,
Eighth Judicial District Court Chief Judge Jennifer Toggliatti;
District Court judges Abbi Silver and Michael Villani and Family Court
judges Steve Jones and Bill Henderson.
Local architect and school board candidate Ken Small has appeared
several times on Face The Tribune, as well as Chief Deputy District
Attorney Berni Zadrowski and sheriff candidates Ted Moody and Gordon
Martines. Bobby G is the third sheriff candidate to appear on Face The
Las Vegas Justice Court judges Deborah Lippis, Bill Kephart, Ann
Zimmerman and Suzan Baucum are among jurists that have been guests on
the popular radio show.
Scheduled for a December appearance on Face the Tribune are former
District Court Judge Lee Gates and Family Court judges Kenneth Pollock
and William Gonzalez, plus several others that have been invited and
have not responded as yet.