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Today's Polls: NV OR     Permalink

Not a lot of political news today, but we do have two polls.

New Senate Polls

State Democrat D-pct Republican R-pct Ind. I-pct Start End Pollster
Nevada Harry Reid* 46% Sharron Angle 44%     Sep 07 Sep 10 Mason-Dixon
Oregon Ron Wyden* 53% Jim Huffman 35%     Sep 08 Sep 08 Rasmussen

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