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Red Dog Report Endorses “One of Us” Sharron Angle

June 6, 2010

Sharron Angle campaigning in Nevada

Some races are simple to endorse.  When you compare Nikki Haley to the troglodytes that she is running against in South Carolina, it’s a no-brainer.

Other races are more difficult.

Take for instance the Republican primary for US Senate in Nevada.

The Nevada race begins and ends with the simple premise, anybody but Harry Reid.

Where you go from there is a bit more complicated.  Sue Lowden and Danny Tarkanian are both great candidates and would make fine Senators, but when all the facts are in, there is only one candidate that is right for Nevada.

That candidate is Sharron Angle.

Known as the true conservative in the race as well as a dogged fighter for the citizens of Nevada, Angle has seen a surge in the polls these last few weeks of the campaign.

Angle led the fight against increased property taxes in Nevada, earning the Ronald Reagan Freedom Medallion in the process.

A Tea Party favorite, Sharron Angle is the conservative in the race who will fight to cut wasteful government spending reduce the size of government in Washington DC.

Most importantly, Sharron Angle can beat Harry Reid in November.

That is why Angle has garnered the support of Erick Erickson of RedState, Mark Levin, the Tea Party Express, FreedomWorks, Gun Owners of America, the Club for growth as well as a long list of others.

Add the Red Dog Report to that prestigious list.

Tuesday June 8th is the Republican primary in the state of Nevada; help Sharron out anyway that you can and be sure to vote Sharron Angle, Republican for US Senate.

UPDATE: 6/6 9:15 pm – A Washing Times report has the results of a new Mason-Dixon Poll: Angle 32%, Tarkanian, 24% with Lowden trailing in third.

The apparent power of the “tea party” is showing itself again, this time in Nevada where Sharron Angle has battled to the lead in another poll.  [Angle], the former state assembly minority whip is the favored choice of 32 percent of Nevada Republicans, eight points ahead of businessman Danny Tarkanian at 24 percent.


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