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to Harry Reid

Election 2010: Nevada Senate

Angle 48%, Reid 41%


Harry Reid…. Do You Want to Keep Your Job.

Public Opinion about you is NOT good…. I’ve mentioned your name to people in 4 different states… OUCH!!!!   WE NEED YOU FOR EV SUCCESS!!!!


Last weekend in Ohio it hit.   Talking to those in a state that is “somewhat” a swing state and a state where the people “value” education I have figured out a “strategy” to get YOU re elected. My Opinion on you personally is “not the best” from what I have read in “credible” publications.  That said….  Your opponent scares me for she is connected to the “Greedy Good Ole Boy” political elite.    Also, you support “clean” energy and we need you “on board and in your Senate seat to make the EV a success”.  

It’s for the Lovely  LEAF….  J J


America does not need “war profiteers” controlling the puppet strings of congress and our society will “crumble” if we lose the middle class.    The Tea Party is loaded with good people but many have “racist” tendencies and are stupid (gullible to “attack ads).   Also, those “funding/organizing” that movement have used racism as a tool to get votes and I believe we need to end that era in America.


Mr. Reid,


I have a court appearance on Thursday at 2pm and if “the Good ole Boys”  (connected to people that support your opponent) don’t intimidate any more members of the community in helping to “bring me down” I anticipate having “Freedom”.  There’s a flight on Southwest at 7:20pm nonstop to Vegas.  

I wrote the message to your spokesperson needs to  communicate to the people of Nevada and also drafted the Ad that we can use to keep YOU re elected.  The ad can help a "few" of your friends too.    


Sir, if YOU want to lead the Senate and make “good change” in America you need a “street fighter” ….  I was taught how to be one and more important I know the 'moves" of your opponent.  Doing "research" I attended their campaign schools.  I;ve seen the techniques they've recently used to train yound Tea Partiers for the "next" extremist revolution and they are the "same" as in 1992/1993  except they've added the web.   What's key is communicating to the "average" voter.  

You need to POUNCE!!!  Or you’ll lose.   Recently I’ve learned that in “global business” decision take “forever” so I have time to help.


Mr. Reid, YOU do not have the luxury of time…  So maybe I can work for you and then NISSAN will decide (  I told Carlos Tavares if he did not want me for CSR and Diversity then to contact my lawyer.   He has NOT) … I can’t sit in TN and become “target” practice for some mad “good ole boy”.  


It’s a win~win.


Sharyn Bovat



Election 2010: Nevada Senate

Nevada Senate:

Angle 48%, Reid 41%

Thursday, June 24, 2010


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Sharron Angle’s modest bounce after her Republican Primary win appears to be over, but she still holds a slight lead over Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Nevada shows Angle earning 48% support, while Reid, the state’s longtime Democratic senator, picks up 41% of the vote. Eight percent (8%) like some other candidate in the race, while just two percent (2%) are undecided.

Two weeks ago, coming off her primary victory, Angle posted a 50% to 39% lead over Reid, who many consider one of the most vulnerable congressional incumbents in the country. 

This returns the contest to where it’s been in surveys for months where Angle, a Christian conservative, ran weakest of the three Republicans seeking their party’s Senate nomination in match-ups with Reid.

Prior to the findings two weeks ago, Angle’s support in surveys stretching back to December has ranged from 44% to 48%, while Reid has earned 38% to 43% of the vote. In April, Angle held a 48% to 40% lead over the Democrat.

Reid‘s campaign and national Democrats are already pounding away at Angle’s views as unacceptable to the state. But at this early stage, the race continues to be about Reid, who earned 61% of the vote when he was reelected in 2004 but whose support in this election cycle against any Republican candidate has never risen above the low 40s. Any incumbent at this point in a campaign who is earning less than 50% support is considered vulnerable.

Reid’s numbers fell even lower after he helped engineer passage of the national health care bill in March. Fifty-three percent (53%) of Nevada voters favor repeal of that bill, while 42% oppose repeal. This includes 45% who Strongly Favor repeal and 33% who are Strongly Opposed. These findings are comparable to voter sentiments nationally.

Eighty-three percent (83%) of those who Strongly Favor repeal support Angle. Reid draws 81% support from the smaller group that Strongly Opposes repeal.

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The survey of 500 Likely Voters in Nevada was conducted on June 22, 2010 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 4.5 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

Nineteen percent (19%) of voters in the state consider themselves members of the Tea Party movement, slightly higher than membership nationally.  Sixty-six percent (66%) say they are not members, but 15% are not sure.

Angle, who won the state’s GOP Primary with strong Tea Party support, gets 85% of the vote from those who consider themselves members of the movement. Fifty-five percent (55%) of non-Tea Party members support Reid, while 35% of that group back the Republican.

Forty-three percent (43%) of Nevada voters believe the Tea Party movement is good for the country, but 37% say it’s bad.

Angle carries male voters by nearly 20 points. Reid edges her among female voters. Voters not affiliated with either major party prefer the GOP candidate by better than two-to-one.

Despite voter unhappiness with Reid’s legislative activity, however, it is perhaps cause for concern for Republicans that Angle is already nearly as unpopular as the incumbent.

Forty-eight percent (48%) of Nevada voters have a favorable opinion of Reid, while 49% view him unfavorably. This includes 22% with a Very Favorable view and 43% with a Very unfavorable one.

Angle is regarded favorably by 48% and unfavorably 47%. These findings include Very Favorables of 17% and Very Unfavorables of 33%.

Both candidates are well-known in the state.

Sixty-four percent (64%) of voters in Nevada believe U.S. troops should be sent to the Mexican border to prevent illegal immigration, and 63% oppose a U.S. Justice Department challenge of Arizona’s new immigration law, several points higher than opposition to such a challenge nationally

Angle has already strongly endorsed Arizona’s law, so Reid may be in an uncomfortable political position if the Obama administration goes through with the legal challenge as seems likely. Several Democratic members of Congress from Arizona, fearing the political repercussions, are already urging the administration to back off the challenge.

Sixty-one percent (61%) of voters in Nevada think offshore oil drilling should still be allowed. Just 29% are opposed.

Only 32% think it is possible for the United States to win the war in Afghanistan; 46% do not, and 21% are not sure. Thirty-two percent (32%) rate President Obama’s handling of the war as good or excellent, while the identical number (32%) say he’s doing a poor job.

Obama carried Nevada over John McCain with 55% of the vote in the 2008 presidential election. Forty-eight percent (48%) now approve of the job Obama is doing as president, while 52% disapprove. These findings are unchanged from a month ago and mirror voter opinions nationally in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll

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