|photo of Senator Harry Reid and Sharron Angle courtesy of The Las Vegas Sun|
(story in Las Vegas Sun reported by Anjeanette Damon)
If the polls are any indication, Nevada voters aren’t happy with either the Democrat or the Republican in the U.S. Senate race.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s 55 percent unfavorable rating is matched by the 56 percent unfavorable rating of his GOP rival, Sharron Angle.
The most popular ballot option might not be for a person at all. “None of these candidates” is expected to draw a significant portion of the vote in November because of the candidates’ unpopularity and the pessimistic mood of the electorate.
More than merely a gauge of Nevada’s ennui, “none of the above” could determine the outcome of the election and will almost guarantee that the Senate race victor emerges with less than 50 percent of the vote.
(click here to read the entire story in The Las Vegas Sun)