Seems odd Nevada voters were complaining his name had already been checked on the ballot before they even voted.<quoted text>
Was good to see the tea party deliver in 2010
Nevada's embattled senator capped a stunning political comeback Tuesday, soundly defeating tea party champion Sharron Angle and helping keep the Senate in Democratic control.
Marked as one of the most vulnerable incumbents, the unpopular Reid paired a relentless TV ad campaign with a formidable turnout machine to win a fifth term, defeating Angle by 6 points. He avoided the indignity of becoming the first Senate majority leader to lose re-election in 58 years.
"I've run in some tough elections no one thought I could win," Reid told cheering supporters at a casino on the Las Vegas Strip. "We are proof that a test is tough only if you're not tough."
He echoed President Barack Obama, who visited the state several times on Reid's behalf. "Nevada chose to move forward, not backwards," Reid said.
On Wednesday morning, Reid was even more confident.
"I've had some tight races, but this wasn't one of them," Reid said on CBS' "The Early Show."
The last Senate majority leader to lose a re-election bid was Arizona's Ernest W. McFarland in 1952
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Considering Reid's son was county commission chairman and the SEIU had a lot to gain by Reid's win.
Wouldn't put anything past weasels.