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Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.)

Minority Leader

Political Highlights: Nev. Assembly, 1969-71; lieutenant governor, 1971-75; Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, 1974; candidate for mayor of Las Vegas, 1975; Nevada Gaming Commission chairman, 1977-81; U.S. House of Representatives, 1983-87; U.S. Senate, 1987-present
Born: Dec. 2, 1939; Searchlight, Nev.
Residence: Henderson
Religion: Mormon
Family: Wife, Landra Reid; five children
Education: Southern Utah State College, A.S. 1959; Utah State U., B.A. 1961; George Washington U., J.D. 1964; U. of Nevada, Las Vegas, attended 1969-70
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1986 (5th term)
Committee Assignments: None

Election History
2010generalHarry Reid (D) 362,78550.3
Sharron Angle (R) 321,36144.5
Scott Ashjian (TEA) 5,8110.8
Michael Haines (I) 4,2610.6
Tim Fasano (IA) 3,1850.4
Jesse Holland (I) 3,1750.4
Jeffrey Reeves (I) 2,5100.3
Wil Stand (I) 2,1190.3
2004generalHarry Reid (D) 494,80561.1
Richard Ziser (R) 284,64035.1
Thomas Hurst (LIBERT) 9,5591.2
David Schumann (X) 6,0010.7
Gary Marinch (NL) 2,0950.3
1998generalHarry Reid (D) 208,65047.9
John Ensign (R) 208,22247.8
Michael Cloud (LIBERT) 8,0441.8
Michael Williams (NL) 2,7490.6
1992generalHarry Reid (D) 253,15051.0
Demar Dahl (R) 199,41340.2
Joe Garcia (IA) 11,2402.3
Lois Avery (NL) 7,2791.5
H. Cromwell (LIBERT) 7,2221.5
Harry Tootle (POP) 4,4290.9
1986generalHarry Reid (D) 130,95550.0
Jim Santini (R) 116,60645.0
1984generalHarry Reid (D) 73,24256.0
Peggy Cavnar (R) 55,39142.4
1982generalHarry Reid (D) 61,90158.0
Peggy Cavnar (R) 45,67542.0
Roll Call Vitals


Nevada is 48th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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