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)
Sharron Angle, the GOP Senate candidate, reminds the media that voting is supposed to be private as she casts her vote in Reno on Tuesday. Mrs. Angle's gaffes included her remark to Hispanic high school students that some of them looked Asian and that the 9/11 terrorists entered through the Canadian border.
"If Congress keeps going the way it is, people are really looking toward those Second Amendment remedies," said Republican challenger Sharron Angle. In an ad for Mr. Reid, the narrator, a Nevada police officer, says, "It's crazy. What she's actually talking about is armed resistance."
Senate candidate Sharron Angle, who is leading her Democratic opponent in Nevada, Majority Leader Harry Reid, wishes death on her opponents, according to a Democratic Party spokesman who has stirred up a heated defense.