As I sit here tonight beginning this message it appears that Danny Tarkanian, my candidate of choice to face Harry Reid in the general election, will not be advancing to the general election. That’s a shame really, because Danny would have made a very fine Senator from the state of Nevada.
There is a silver lining to this result from the Silver State, however, in the fact that Sharron Angle won the primary handily. Sharron will also make a fine Senator, although I think it will be a bit tougher for her to beat Harry Reid. As long as she beats him, anyway.
I cannot tell you how elated I am that Sue Lowden lost as well. If Danny coudln’t win, at least he didn’t lose to someone of the likes of Sue Lowden. Once again, I am not going to go into my dislike for her right now. It doesn’t really matter now. It’s time we all focus on sending Harry Reid home to Searchlight, by supporting Sharron Angle. Good luck, Sharron.
The U.S. Senate primary race may have been the most important race of the night, but I was thrilled to see the results from the State Assembly District #22 race.
If you’ve read my ‘about‘ page then you’ll know that Mr. Stewart was my high school government teacher, and I was happy to see that he won the primary race tonight. Congratulations, Mr. Stewart! Good luck in the general election.
It’s shaping up to be one of the most exciting (and critical) mid-term elections of our generation. No matter how I look at it, it looks like the beginning of the end for Harry Reid’s career in Washington, D.C. Make sure you get out there and vote.