Nevada Senate Race 2010 Election: Harry Reid Falls Even Farther Behind in Polls to Republicans Tarkanian and Lowden
Stick a fork in Democratic Senate Majority leader Harry Reid … HE IS DONE!
Harry Reid loses seven more percentage points to both Republican challengers. Maybe the 7% Reid lost represents the “non-light skinned, negro dialect speaking” faction.
“I am how far behind, don’t they know who I am?”
Who would have thought this possible, but embattled Nevada Harry Reid has fallen even farther behind two of the Republican challengers for the Nevada Senate seat, Sue Lowden and Danny Tarkanian.
Support among Nevada voters for embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s reelection has fallen even further following disclosure in a new book of remarks he made about Barack Obama during Election 2008.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in Nevada finds Reid earning just 36% of the vote against his two top Republican challengers. That’s a seven-point drop from 43% a month ago.
Reid, who is seeking a fifth term, received 61% of the final vote in 2004.
Harry Reid is all but finished as a Senator. Since his racially insensitive comments that all in the Democrat party including President Barack Obama have decided to play political double standard, many in the Republican party have asked Reid to step down from his Majority leader position.
However, it looks pretty certain that Republicans will retire Harry Reid altogether in the 2010 midterm elections. Yet another casualty of Obamacare.