The tea leaves read favorably for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: He stands a good shot to win reelection in November after Republicans in Nevada chose a Tea Partier to challenge him on Tuesday night. Sharron Angle beat the more mainstream Sue Lowden 40 percent to 26 percent; Reid plans to challenge her by emphasizing her extreme views—for example, her desire for a return of Prohibition. Meanwhile, both of California’s female former CEOs won their GOP primaries, Carly Fiorina for the Senate and Meg Whitman for governor. Fiorina will take on incumbent Barbara Boxer, while Whitman will take on Democrat and former governor Jerry Brown.
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