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August 10, 2012
10:06 // 2 years ago
March 11, 2012
We feel really good. We’ve had some good fortune in North Dakota, in Massachusetts, in Nevada, in Arizona. We have some good candidates all over. I feel very comfortable where we’re going to wind up in November.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid • Speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday about the chances of the Senate staying in Democratic hands. He cites the decision by Olympia Snowe to step down in Maine and the decision by Bob Kerrey to run in Nebraska as other signs that the party will retain power in the Senate come November.
10:41 // 2 years ago
October 6, 2011
19:27 // 3 years ago
September 16, 2011
My thoughts are with the families of those who have lost their lives and with those who were wounded in this horrific tragedy. I am so grateful to our first responders for their swift action and will continue to monitor this situation as it develops.
Senate Majority Leader (and Nevada Senator) Harry Reid • Reacting to news of the Reno Air Races crash. The Reno Gazette-Journal has a huge story about what happened, with much to dig through. We also recommend the Huffington Post’s liveblog.
22:11 // 3 years ago
November 3, 2010
We know that the Republicans of this last Congress picked up the name ‘The Party of No.’ I think that Democrats have to work with Republicans, and Republicans have to work with Democrats. It’s not a one-sided deal.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid • Promising to offer more opportunities for collaboration with the more-evenly-divided Senate and Republican-leaning House. Reid continues: “We need to stop using words like ‘chastened’ and I think what we have to do is recognize that all of us, all of us who are going to be in Senate, have to work together. That’s the message from the American people.” There’s a difference between Harry saying it and it actually happening. Remember that, dudes. source (via)
10:43 // 3 years ago
This is a race where there’s going to be a lot of Monday Morning Quarterbacking regarding the Tea Party.
Fox News analyst Carl Cameron • Bringing some perspective to the whole Harry Reid/Sharron Angle situation. As Cameron notes, the seat seemed likely to turn GOP … until Angle became the nominee. Reid was that unpopular in Nevada. But Angle proved to be a very weak competitor (even though she was in it until the end), meaning that Reid gets another six years, as well as another run at Senate Majority Leader. Honestly, this was the biggest loss of the night for the GOP, and one that they can attribute directly to Tea Party influence. source (via)
1:08 // 3 years ago
October 29, 2010

If Harry Reid loses Tuesday, we could call it “historic,” guys

  • 58 years since an incumbent Senate Majority Leader was voted out source
11:32 // 3 years ago