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  • Lawsuits challenge Nevada voter photo initiative

    A second lawsuit was filed Thursday over an initiative proposed by conservative activist Sharron Angle to require photo identification to vote in Nevada.

  • Sharron Angle files petition for voter ID law

    Sharron Angle, a former Nevada assemblywoman and failed U.S. Senate candidate who has made fighting alleged election corruption a personal quest, wants to amend the state Constitution to require photo identification to vote.

  • Angle files initiative to outlaw health exchanges

    Conservative activist and failed U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle filed an initiative petition Tuesday to outlaw health insurance exchanges in Nevada.

  • **FILE** Former Hawaii Rep. Ed Case holds a sign May 22, 2010, as he campaigns in Honolulu. (Associated Press)

    Democrats run TV ads for Republican hopefuls

    Democrats have their thumbs on Republican scales in Senate primaries in Missouri and Wisconsin this summer, hoping to improve their own chances of maintaining a majority in November. The idea isn't quite as far-fetched as it might sound.

  • Nebraska state Sen. Deb Fischer addresses supporters May 16, 2012, as her former opponent, state Attorney General Jon Bruning, applauds. (Associated Press)

    GOP Senate hopes once again rest on insurgents

    For Senate Republicans, 2012 is starting a lot like 2010. They have a shot at taking control away from Democrats as long as insurgent conservatives who are defeating the party's more establishment candidates in primaries don't frighten too many independent voters like they did two years ago.

  • Former Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, Delaware Republican, contributed two of the quotes on a Yale Law School librarian's "top-10 quotes of the year." (Associated Press)

    Fallen tea party stars may rise again

    As the sting of their November defeats subsides, many fallen GOP tea party stars are taking steps again toward the public stage.

  • Nevada congressional candidate Sharron Angle answers  questions from the media on Monday, March 21, 2011, in Reno, Nev.  Angle says she has the best chance to win a race for an open U.S. House seat in Nevada because of her anti-tax voting record and ability to attract votes in the conservative district. (AP Photo/Cathleen Allison)

    Nev. candidate Sharron Angle to self-publish book

    Tea party favorite Sharron Angle is spending thousands of dollars to self-publish an autobiography about her life and values.

  • Nev. candidate Sharron Angle to self-publish book

    Tea party favorite Sharron Angle is spending thousands of dollars to self-publish an autobiography about her life and values.

  • ASSOCIATED PRESS Sen.-elect Marco Rubio, R-Fla. thanks supporters in Coral Gables, Fla. after winning his senate bid Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010.

    'Tea party' helps Rubio break Beltway

    If the "tea party" is the story of 2010, then Marco Rubio's rise from anti-establishment challenger to senator-elect is the story of the insurgent movement itself.

  • Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., embraces family members after defeating Sharron Angle to win re-election at the Nevada State Democratic election night party , Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010, in Las Vegas. (Associated Press)

    Reid overcomes Angle to keep Nev. Senate seat

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was projected as the winner early Wednesday in the hard-fought Nevada Senate race, beating back a formidable challenge from Republican Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle and overcoming his own high negatives with the voters.

  • Nevada's Angle answers talk-show slur with flowers

    TV talk show co-host Joy Behar referred to Senate candidate Sharron Angle with a slur, but the Nevada Republican replied with flowers after the on-air swipe boosted her fundraising.

  • With few undecideds, Reid, Angle try to rally voters

    Polls show nearly all voters in Nevada have made up their minds about the state's bitter Senate race, but combatants Harry Reid and Sharron Angle upped the ante this week with a round of fresh attacks as they try to gain separation in a contest that's long been too close to call.

  • President Obama is introduced by Javier Garcia of Brownsville, Texas, before signing the Executive Order on the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. (Associated Press)

    Hispanics defy ad to shun elections

    A new ad urging Hispanic voters to reject both parties by sitting out this year's elections has enraged Hispanic groups, drawn condemnation from the Univision television network and spawned the question of how Hispanics who are upset over the lack of action on immigration should register a protest vote this year.

Attendees show their support during a rally launching a Tea Party Express bus tour Monday in Reno, Nev. The tour will make stops in at least 15 states before reaching Concord, N.H., the day before the midterm elections.

    Palin starts 'tea party' bus tour with Nevada tease for 2012 run

    Sarah Palin launched a two-week run of "tea party" rallies Monday leading up to the midterm elections and teased supporters about a possible presidential run for herself, saying she "can see 2012 from our house."

  • 'Tea party' head resigns over tape

    The chairman of the Tea Party of Nevada resigned Tuesday after a recording was made public capturing Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle bad-mouthing GOP leaders during a meeting with the shadowy group's own Senate candidate.

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