Tag Archives: Sharron Angle

Angle Returns to the Field

Yes indeed Sharron Angle is returning to do electoral battle in Nevada, announcing that she will run for the Republican nomination in the Second Congressional. That seat is being vacated by Republican Dean Heller, who is running for the Nevada … Continue reading

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Back to Nevada

One of the toughest and most expensive Senate races in the country is still too close to call, with Sharron Angle ahead by three points in the latest Rasmussen poll. The last time we visited David Paleologos and Suffolk had … Continue reading

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The Angle-Reid Debate

Sharron Angle debated Harry Reid last night, and I got a chance to watch some of it. I was struck by how poor a debater Reid really is, looking the part of the Washington insider. Reid failed to take it … Continue reading

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Suffolk in Nevada Following the Tea

Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos was in the field in Nevada, and has unveiled numbers showing Harry Reid with a slight lead over Republican (and Tea Party favorite) Sharron Angle. Reid leads Angle by a 45% to 43% margin, with … Continue reading

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Follow the Tea- Nevada

Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle, despite a huge fusillade of Harry Reid negative ads, has pulled even with the Senate Majority Leader in the latest Rasmussen survey. The latest numbers from Rasmussen have Reid and Angle at 48% (with leaners), … Continue reading

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Reid Pours on Hits

Majority Leader Harry Reid, looking at some pretty terrible poll numbers, is hitting tea party favorite Sharron Angle with a multi million dollar barrage of negative ads using her own words. Reid’s strategy boils down to “you may hate me … Continue reading

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Protect Social Security: Democratic Battle Cry

The President used the 75th anniversary of Social Security to whipsaw the Republican Party on how to best protect the system going forward. And that issue appears to be heating up, with many Republican candidates being forced to backpedal from … Continue reading

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