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  • Politics
    Big surge among small donors for GOP helps campaign committees

    (The Hill) – The Republican National Committee (RNC) and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) have seen a surge in the number of small-dollar donors making contributions in recent months, according to new reports. – Read more here

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  • Politics
    Ensign’s Parents Among Reid’s Campaign Donors

    (Roll Call) – The parents of Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) — who is the subject of a Senate ethics investigation – in September pitched in to help Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) 2010 re-election battle. – Read the rest here

  • Opinion
    Unemployment, Deficit Continue Climbing Upward Despite Reid’s “Stimulus”

    Just days after U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Vice President Joe Biden attempted a self-congratulatory political event in Reno bragging about the success of the so-called “stimulus” bill, new numbers show Nevada’s unemployment rate continued trending upward during the month of September 2009. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal,...

  • Politics
    Harry Reid Plans to “Vaporize” His Republican Opponent in 2010

    (Politico) – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is prepared to run a sharply negative campaign if that’s what it takes to win reelection next year, with a top adviser predicting that the Nevada Democrat will “vaporize” his Republican challengers with attack ads. The rest here

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    Chuck Muth, Publisher

    Chuck Muth is the President & CEO of Citizen Outreach and Citizen Outreach Foundation as well as a government affairs consultant and professional campaign management trainer.  In past lives, Chuck Muth was:  executive director of the American Conservative Union, National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus, a county GOP chairman, the state...

  • Government
    RGJ: Big Nevada census response means big federal dollars

    When David Byerman says no other state in the union has more to gain than Nevada in the 2010 Census, he can back it up. Read the rest here

  • Opinion
    AP: Nevada opts not to post recovery road work signs

    Nevada officials have opted not to erect signs letting motorists know which highway projects are being paid for by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Read the rest here

  • Government
    Political Notebook: Reid vows to fight insurance industry

    After months of debate over proposals to reform the American system of health care delivery, the health insurance industry is openly flexing its muscle in opposition to reform. Read the rest here

  • Politics
    HuffPo: Harry Reid’s Toughness Questioned In New Progressive Ad

    In a bold push to pass a public option for insurance coverage, a progressive advocacy group is launching an ad campaign directly calling into question the toughness of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. Read the rest here

  • Opinion
    Unemployment Continues to Rise

    (Sean Whaley/Nevada News Bureau) – Nevada’s jobless rate rose one tenth of a percentage point in September from August to 13.2 percent, a state agency reported today. The month-over-month increase in the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was the smallest since March 2008, while the employment gain was the strongest since February 2007....

  • Politics
    Kruiser: Western CPAC and Carmouche

    Christopher Carmouche (rhymes with…) began his thought vomiting by giving Ed Morrissey a hard time for blogging about the impeachment nonsense earlier in the day. He then proceeded to regale us with a tale about his distaste for Twitter and Facebook, complete with a “why can’t we just pick up the phone”...

  • Politics
    KOLO: Political Three-Ring Circus

    As morning commuters hustled to work on highway 395, a political powerplay was underway at the Grand Sierra Resort. While Senator Harry Reid and Vice President Joe Biden hosted a $2400 a plate breakfast, Republican candidate Sue Lowden used the opportunity to grab her share of the spotlight with a free breakfast...

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