Politics & Policy

More News and Views on NV Senate Race

  • The Las Vegas Review-Journal points to how personal the debate got in some places.

  • The Las Vegas Sun story ends with glowing reviews for Reid by “supporters” and a Democratic Assemblywoman.

  • The Sun also helpfully provides a transcript.

  • Sun columnist Jon Ralston, no fan of Angle, says she won the debate.

  • John McCormack clipped some of the nights best (worst) Reidisms.

  • One of Angle’s best quips was when he told Harry Reid to “man up.” Politico writes about the new trend in man-upsmanship in debates between female and male candidates.

  • WSJ’s report.

  • The NYT chimes in.

  • The L.A. Times did a topic-by-topic overview.

  • Slate called the debate lackluster and wished that what happens in Vegas had stayed there — last night.

  • A LVRJ reporter looked at Harry Reid’s wealth, including real estate assets and reporting, a few months ago. Angle brought the issue up last night, so a look back at the piece is interesting.

  • Team Angle this morning circulated video of the exchange about health care mandates and breast cancer screenings.

  • Team Reid last night was out with a new television ad saying Angle does not support any mandates.

  • A senior GOP staffer says Reid, um, misspoke about McConnell and tax cuts.

  • K-Lo congratulated Angle.

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