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Sharron Angle

Sharron Elaine Angle is an American politician who served as a Republican member of the Nevada Assembly from 1999 to 2007. She ran unsuccessfully as the 2010 Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate seat in Nevada, garnering 45 percent of the vote. On March 16, she announced that she would run for the House seat held by Dean Heller, who was appointed to the Senate. She has since dropped out of this race, citing dissatisfaction with the election procedure. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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GOP Quietly Mapping Path to Senate Control
2014-04-14
Remember Christine O'Donnell in Delaware and Sharron Angle in Nevada? Or Todd Akin in Missouri and Richard Mourdock in Indiana? All were tea-party favorites who won Senate nominations in winnable states for Republicans, only to fail in the fall.
(Wall Street Journal)
  1. Michael Reagan: Tea Party should stop fielding kooks

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Nevada GOP rejects anti-gay marriage plank in platform
2014-04-14
Ed Williams, president of Log Cabin Republicans of Nevada and a delegate at the convention, said he thinks the Nevada Republican Party rejected the language because it saw what happened by nominating Sharron Angle as a U.S. Senate candidate in ...
(Washington Blade)
  1. Nevada GOP removes social issues from platform
  2. Nevada GOP rejects anti-gay marriage plank in platform
  3. Nevada Republican Party Drops Opposition to Gay Marriage, Abortion from ...

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Colbert: I'm pulling for Joni Ernst 'whole hog, or whatever's left'
2014-03-28
Satirist Stephen Colbert played a clip from Ernst's ad "Squeal" on "The Colbert Report" last night, saying Republicans in the past recruited "serious people like Sharron Angle and Richard Mourdock" for U.S. Senate. "The GOP has stepped up its game with ...
(DesMoinesRegister.com)

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    GOP establishment picks winning over purity
    2014-03-26
    In 2010, Sharron Angle won the Senate primary in Nevada and Christine O'Donnell won in Delaware. Two years later, Richard Mourdock and Todd Akin won in Indiana and Missouri respectively. All four went on to lose against the Democrat. In a year in which ...
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      Lucy Flores: Nevada's most interesting candidate
      2014-03-05
      Lowden lost in the 2010 U.S. Senate primary against Sharron Angle, who then lost to Reid in perhaps the worst-run GOP campaign in the history of Nevada. She snatched defeat out of the jaws of victory. If Lowden can get through the primary, previous ...
      (Las Vegas Review-Journal (blog))
      1. Ray Hagar: Flores campaigns without up-ticket booster

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      Longtime host Mitch Fox leaving 'Nevada Week in Review'
      2014-03-04
      Longtime host Mitch Fox leaving 'Nevada Week in Review'. Image. Steve Marcus. Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid debated economic and other issues only once, on Oct. 14. Vegas PBS' Mitch Fox, center, ...
      (Las Vegas Sun)
      1. Longtime Host of 'Nevada Week in Review' Stepping Down
      2. Longtime 'Nevada Week in Review' host steps down
      3. Nevada will miss Ed Vogel and Mitch Fox

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      Flores enters race for NV lieutenant governor
      2014-03-02
      Mark Hutchison in that race, but he's being challenged by Sue Lowden, a former state senator who lost to tea party-backed Sharron Angle in a crowded GOP primary field in Nevada's 2010 U.S. Senate race that saw Reid win re-election. Flores, who is in ...
      (Ct Post)
      1. Flores enters race for Nevada lieutenant governor
      2. Assemblywoman Flores enters Nevada lieutenant governors race
      3. Flores enters race for NV lieutenant governor

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      Where Does the Tea Party Find These People?
      2014-02-25
      Sharron Angle, who did admittedly serve in the Nevada state assembly for eight years but who was there to throw bombs; she voted no in the 42-member body so often that statehouse reporters joked about votes being “41 to Angle.” And lots of people with ...
      (Daily Beast)
      1. Kent Bush: Tea Party picks Roberts as primary prey

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      Lawsuit challenges Sharron Angle's Nevada voter photo initiative
      2014-02-20
      An initiative proposed by conservative activist Sharron Angle to require photo identification in Nevada to vote is being challenged in a lawsuit that claims the measure is defective and unconstitutional. The lawsuit filed Wednesday in state court in ...
      (Sparks Today)
      1. Lawsuits challenge Nevada voter photo identification initiative backed by ...
      2. Suit challenges voter-photo initiative in NV
      3. Lawsuit challenges Nevada voter photo initiative

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