The Tea Party's Difficult Mission To Take Down Harry Reid
The New York Times:
The blinds drawn against the desert sun, this is the new burrow of Eric Odom, a chief organizer of the first nationwide Tea Parties last year. Mr. Odom moved here a few weeks ago with his fiancée and a blogger sidekick to mobilize the state's Tea Party groups for the midterms. By training activists in get-out-the-vote tactics like the "voter bombs" that helped Scott Brown become the new Republican senator from Massachusetts, they are hoping to unseat Nevada's senior senator and the Democratic leader, Harry Reid.