Nevada US Senate Election 2010: Republican Sharon Angle Takes the Lead in Polls over Democrat Incumbent Harry Reid


Slip, Sliding Away … Harry Reid now trails Republican and Tea Party candidate Sharon Angle in two polls. The Republican possible takeover of the US Senate is in play.

Do we really need another Obama pet in the US Senate?

With less than 30 days to go before the 2010 midterm elections, Republican challenger for the Nevada US Senate seat leads incumbent Nevada Senator and current Democrat Senate Majority leader Harry Reid in a CNN poll and in a Fox News one as well. Harry Reid gets low job approval numbers (see complete data) as well does Barack Obama. It is hard to imagine with the trending pattern, the Republican enthusiasm, the anti-Democrat incumbent sentiment and the political environment that Reid will win this race. Reid only had a 1% lead in the last Rasmussen poll; however, no polling data has been done in October. What is evident in recent polling is that undecideds are starting to break toward the republican challenger Sharon Angle.

In the latest Fox News battleground state poll of likely voters, Angle drew 49 percent to Reid’s 46 percent. As voters make up their mind with four weeks to go until Election Day, Angle seems to have the edge.

In the first Fox battleground poll in the Silver State four weeks ago, 10 percent of respondents were either unsure, in favor of a minor party candidate or, as state law allows in Nevada, planning to vote for “none of these candidates.”

However, as stated at Hot Air, no individual is really going to take the time to go vote and either waste their vote or check none of the above. In such an important race with so much on the line and a midterm, those going to the polls to vote will most likely cast one for either Angle or Reid. 

A hat tip to Jammie Wearing Fool for the VIDEO below of the progress we have made under the one party rule of Obama, Pelosi and Reid. A major reason why Republicans are ahead in so many polls leading up to the 2010 midterm elections … the November 2 vote will be a national referendum on Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.

Voters in November you have the chance this November 2, 2010 in the midterm elections to make Democrats and Barack Obama eat their words and make them pay for not listening to the American people,  ”You would be think they would be saying thank you”.

We are making Progress according to Barack Obama


Republican Governors Association

Remember this lie told by Obama. Sorry, we live in a PC world, it was a falsehood:  With Obamacare your employer would see insurance premiums fall by as much as 3000%, which means they could give you a raise.  The truth: Insurance premiums jumped 20%.

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    One Response to “Nevada US Senate Election 2010: Republican Sharon Angle Takes the Lead in Polls over Democrat Incumbent Harry Reid”

    1. jodyo on October 7th, 2010 9:28 am

      Other than the people in our society who go to bed with the “gimmes and wake up with the wants,” nobody believed that insurance premiums were not going to go higher to cover those who were uninsured if Congress passed Obamacare. That’s one of the reasons why about 2/3 of the public were furious when this was passed and why we want it to be repealed.

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