NV Sen: Reid Reclaims Seat by Solid Margin

By: Wednesday November 3, 2010 12:51 am

MSNBC is reporting that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has held on to his Nevada Senate seat, defeating GOP challenger Sharron Angle by a margin of more than five percent. Fox and CNN have also called the race for Reid. According to MSNBC, Reid won 90% of the Hispanic vote. This is a convincing margin [...]

KY-Sen, IN-Sen Go To Republicans

By: Tuesday November 2, 2010 7:03 pm

Republicans have their first Senate pickup of the night. Dan Coats was called the winner of the Indiana Senate race as soon as the polls closed across the state. Coats, a former Senator, will replace Evan Bayh. He defeated Rep. Brad Ellsworth in a race that was basically never in doubt. In addition, MSNBC called [...]

Ads of the Week

By: Wednesday October 20, 2010 10:39 pm

A semi-regular campaign feature of some of the most notable ads I’ve seen… • AK-Sen: This was a little while back, but I think it may account for Lisa Murkowski’s recent surge in the polls. Lisa Murkowski resurrected an ad she was going to run in the Republican primary featuring Ted Stevens, before he passed [...]

Sharron Angle Rides Corrupt Base Connect Direct Mail Service to Big Fundraising Numbers

By: Tuesday October 12, 2010 3:02 pm

Everyone’s marveling at Sharron Angle’s $14 million dollar haul in the last quarter for her election campaign against Harry Reid in Nevada. Angle, last seen making up the name of a city in Texas to back up her nonsensical fearmongering about the institution of Sharia law, may have a cash advantage against Reid in the [...]

Ads of the Day

By: Thursday October 7, 2010 8:41 pm

(A recurring feature of ads that have caught my eye) • CA-Gov: This isn’t going on television, at least not in this form. But it’s a catchy Web ad slamming Meg Whitman, and one of the most interesting aspects of it is who it comes from – the prison guards’ union, not seen as a [...]

NV-Sen: Angle Lies About Her Own Record, Tries to Sweet-Talk Tea Party Candidate from the Race

By: Monday October 4, 2010 5:00 pm

Harry Reid must thank his lucky stars every day that Sharron Angle’s his Republican opponent in Nevada. The twin revelations in the race today just add to a series of damaging reports that give Reid a good chance to win despite near-Depression level unemployment in the state and a very disfavorable approval rating. First, a [...]

Nevada Senate Race Remains Effectively Tied

By: Monday September 13, 2010 4:35 pm

With less than two months to go until the election, the Nevada Senate race still remains effectively tied with incumbent Democrat Harry Reid holding only a two-point lead over Republican Sharron Angle according to the latest Mason-Dixon poll for the Las Vegus Review-Journal.

NV Sen: Reid Maintains Narrow Lead Over Angle

By: Friday August 13, 2010 12:15 pm

When both candidates have strong unfavorable numbers, the only strategy left is to convince voters to dislike the other candidate more. Welcome to the campaign strategy of Sen. Harry Reid in Nevada.

What If People Actually Vote for Hard-Right, Tea Party Republicans?

By: Wednesday August 4, 2010 10:01 am

There has been much hope–or dread, depending on which party you support–that the embrace of arch-conservative and Tea Party-backed candidates in contest primaries could seriously cost the Republican Party several Senate seats this November. By my count, the GOP could lose at least five Senate race as a result of embracing a more conservative challenger [...]

NV Sen: Despite Angle’s Ongoing Trouble, Reid Still in the Danger Zone

By: Friday July 30, 2010 6:29 pm

Democrats felt they lucked out when Sharron Angle became the Republican nominee to challenge Majority Leader Harry Reid for his Nevada Senate seat. Most observers concur that Angle is a bad candidate–prone to gaffes, plenty of baggage, and a public record of views that can easily be attacked as falling well outside the mainstream. Yet, [...]

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