It’s the highest stakes ever for a Nevada election, and former boxer Sen. Harry Reid is on the ropes early. Either Republican Danny Tarkanian or Sue Lowden would knock out Reid in a general election, according to a recent poll of Nevada voters.
The results suggest the Democratic Senate majority leader will have to punch hard and often in order to retain his position as the most accomplished politician in state history, in terms of job status.
Nevadans favored Tarkanian over Reid 49 percent to 38 percent and Lowden over Reid 45 percent to 40 percent, according to the poll.
Reid’s status makes him an icon of the Democratic Party and ties him to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and President Barack Obama, both of whom are losing ground among centrist and right-leaning voters in the country.
Good luck Reid. Don't let Pelosi do ya wrong when she gets the chance you dumbass.
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Dirty Harry in Touble in Nevada by Macsmind
[...] At the time it was 32 percent favorable and 51 percent unfavorable. The numbers haven’t changed much in the last two years, and clearly the people of Nevada are looking for change. How much so, even his son, Rory Reid is trailing badly in the race the Democratic primary for Governor by a whopping 21 points in a three-way race.
This is pick up we should get and would be a shame if we didn’t win it. [END]
NO JOKE! We should be able to lock this one in.