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ENG: Harry Mason Reid (born December 2, 1939)is the senior United States Senator from Nevada, serving since 1987. A member of the Democratic Party, he has been the Senate Majority Leader since January 2007, having previously served as Minority Leader and Minority and Majority Whip. Previously, Reid was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Nevada's 1st congressional district, and served in Nevada local and state government as city attorney of Henderson, a state legislator, Lieutenant Governor, and chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission. Early life Reid was born in Searchlight, Nevada, the son of Inez and Harry Reid, a miner in the camp 50 miles southeast of Las Vegas. He attended Basic High School in Henderson, Nevada, where he played football and was an ...
for32against   In my opinion Harry Reid is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for1against   Harry took a trip to China some months ago and commented that we have a lot to do to get competitive...., sadforthebad
for1against   Just one short year ago Harry was flying high... I don't get it .. why did anyone ever think highly of Harry Reid?, sadforthebad
for1against   Chart says it all. I am befuddled how Harry Reid manages to maintain a positive self image. He has ruined much., sadforthebad
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Harry Reid: Don't let China beat us


Don't let China win the future on clean energy, Harry Reid said after his return this week from a nine-day trip to the rising Asian power. The Senate majority leader, who took the taxpayer-funded delegation to Asia with nine other lawmakers, said the journey served as "an unmistakable reminder just how hard we have to work to make America competitive with the rest of the world," particularly on manufacturing and energy, according to The Associated Press. Reid said he used to be proud that he could see dozens of construction cranes in Las Vegas and other fast-growing areas in Nevada. But ...


President Obama, Harry Reid bound by necessity


President Barack Obama needs Harry Reid to get his legislative agenda through the Senate.Reid needs Obama for something more — his political survival.The two leading Democrats are taking those efforts to Las Vegas, where Obama is heading Thursday to bolster the embattled Senate majority leader. The president’s overnight trip, the first of his second year in office, is a sign of how entwined Reid and Obama’s fortunes have become. And of how Obama, whose administration was blindsided last week by Reid’s decision to abort a bipartisan jobs bill, isn’t holding a ...


As Harry Reid maps comeback, casinos a factor


Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's poll numbers make him look like an easy mark, but casino owners who have a history of disregarding party and going with the winner in Nevada politics are putting their money on him winning re-election.While his leadership is under assault in Washington and the GOP has made him its No. 1 target in November's election, Reid is counting on decades of close ties with the gambling industry and the nearly one in every three jobs it supports in the state to win over disapproving voters.On Friday, he'll be joined in Las Vegas by President Barack Obama at the largest ...


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