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Possible Reid Challenger Worth $50 Million-Plus

Friday, 18 Dec 2009 04:25 PM

 

A potential challenger of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is disclosing stock holdings valued at more than $50 million, revealing that she has serious resources available for a political campaign.

Sue Lowden is one of the favorites among nearly a dozen Republicans in Nevada with hopes of taking on Reid, a Democrat. The race promises to be one of the most closely watched campaigns of 2010.

The Senate has many millionaires within its ranks, but Lowden's holdings would certainly put her near the top.

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A financial disclosure report she recently filed with the Senate Office of Public Records shows that she and her husband own stock valued at more than $50 million in Archon Corp., a Las Vegas investment and gaming company.

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