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Craps: AP Calls It for Reid

Sen. Harry Reid (D.) is projected to cling to his seat in Nevada. He leads Republican Sharron Angle 50.8 percent to 44.5 percent — some 32,000 votes — with 41 percent of precincts reporting. If the lead holds, it represents a major victory for Democrats on an otherwise bad night.

Now, the question remains. Reid keeps his seat, but does he keep his job?

Daniel Foster — Daniel Foster is a former news editor of National Review Online.

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