August 20, 2009

HOW'D THAT ARGUMENT WORK OUT FOR TOM DASCHLE?:

Reid’s Nevada Senate Race: Follow the Leader? (Emily Cadei, 8/20/09, CQ)

Is Harry Reid too big to fail? That is shaping up as the key point of contention in the Senate majority leader’s 2010 re-election contest back home in Nevada.

Reid and his supporters contend that the state cannot risk losing the legislative and political clout that come with the four-term incumbent’s powerful leadership position. Opponents argue back that Reid’s rise to the top of the Senate Democratic ranks has actually produced few tangible benefits for his home-state constituents.

Posted by Orrin Judd at August 20, 2009 11:52 AM
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