Harry Reid Election Results

November 3, 2010 by USA Post 

Harry Reid Election Results, A few years ago, people said that the Republican Party was the party leader and was still on the brink of extinction. Things have changed, no?

First was the unexpected victory by Republican Scott Brown in Massachusetts and New Jersey Chris Christie outspoken, charismatic Everyman “who want to reign in out-of-control government spending.

And last night’s results continued the trend with the elected candidates of all backgrounds. For example, in addition to the choice of Nikki Haley as the new governor of South Carolina, Marco Rubio, the son of Cuban exiles-earned high-profile Florida’s open U.S. Senate seat, given the amount of press coverage and is a political superstar.

In New Mexico, Susana Martinez becomes the first Latina to be elected governor in U.S. He was also responsible for perhaps the best trade policy throughout the campaign season.

One of the most absurd things that Senator Harry Reid, said during the campaign was that he could not understand how Latinos would vote for the Republican Party. Well, the governor-elect of Reid’s home state of Nevada, Republican Brian Sandoval, is of Hispanic descent. In a further irony, Sandoval defeated Rory Reid son in the election for governor.

Although it fell a bit short in the Senate, the Republican Party made historic gains, unprecedented in capturing the majority in the House of Representatives. This includes the choice of black Republicans, Tim Scott and South Carolina Lt. Col. Allen West (R) in Florida.

We should also mention that Mark Kirk, a Republican, captured former Obama Senate seat in Illinois, and will take office immediately instead of waiting until January.

Read the full article: Election Results: New Generation of diverse Republican leaders – Indyposted

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