Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has taken the lead over Sharron Angle in the Nevada Senate race, 44 percent to 37 percent, according to a Mason-Dixon poll for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The results suggest that Reid’s strategy of pummelling Angle with attacks portraying her as an extremist have been working to drive down Angle’s numbers. Nevada allows voters to choose “none of the above” is an option on the ballot, so the unpopular Reid could conceivably win with 44 percent of the vote.
Yesterday, the Angle campaign reported raising $2.3 million from May 20 through the end of June, so now she’ll have some money to fight back with.
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