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McCain: Angle Will Help GOP Seize Senate Control

Saturday, 30 Oct 2010 07:34 AM

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sen. John McCain delivered a rousing endorsement of Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle in an election year that he said would change America.

Speaking at a rally at a Las Vegas casino, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee urged hundreds of cheering supporters to retire Majority Leader Harry Reid after four terms in Washington.

He embraced Angle on stage and said her victory would be pivotal if the party is to take control of the Senate on Nov. 2.

McCain's appearance was intended to bolster Angle's credibility after a campaign in which Reid has relentlessly attacked her as a fringe conservative unfit for office.

The invited crowd cheered, "Dump Harry Reid."

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sen. John McCain delivered a rousing endorsement of Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle in an election year that he said would change America.

Speaking at a rally at a Las Vegas casino, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee urged hundreds of cheering supporters to retire Majority Leader Harry Reid after four terms in Washington.

He embraced Angle on stage and said her victory would be pivotal if the party is to take control of the Senate on Nov. 2.

McCain's appearance was intended to bolster Angle's credibility after a campaign in which Reid has relentlessly attacked her as a fringe conservative unfit for office.

The invited crowd cheered, "Dump Harry Reid."

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