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It's time tomorrow night.
We'll be getting the first election results trickling in from the mid terms.
Results which will begin to show whether voters frustrated by the weak economy and divided over the president's agenda have put Republicans back control of congress.
Nowhere is that fight more symbolic than in Nevada home of the nation's highest unemployment rate home to the senate majority leader Harry Reid.
-- -- Fox News poll shows senator Reid trailing the Republican Tea Party backed candidate Sharon angle but the results of that poll we conducted over the weekend are still within the margin of error.
-- he talks were correspondent Jonathan Hunt live in Las Vegas this afternoon -- the economy is crucial in this race.
It is -- and it is one specific -- of the economy jobs jobs jobs.
Again and again as we have traveled through this state from Reno in the north down here to Las Vegas.
Voters have told us they -- angry about jobs already lost.
And fearful about possible future job losses but there is also one other issue that is making them equally angry.
And that is their -- that politicians in Washington simply cannot get anything done.
-- two children that are fighting and they both keep blaming each other retired -- it.
We want them to do the right thing we don't want them to do something just because it's partisan I would like to see politicians talking about.
What the solutions to the problems are.
Not understand an important -- -- each other like him we have done.
-- McKenzie and Charlene -- -- a typical of the election mood in Nevada a state.
Crippled by the recession.
Just driving around accountancy company distances and class BCM.
-- casino that just recently closed.
Drive down -- record tree over half the people that are down there today and pensions and record.
Have owned homes two years ago.
Whether it's worries about the economy or frustrations with -- politicians.
-- new poll speak the same language.
We can look at legislative candidates today and I think our founding fathers would rule Bernard -- look and -- today.
Because they don't represent the mainstream of America.
Shocked and amazed and -- at how many things they just blatantly do because they can't him without regard I mean it's like a freight train and that's heading downhill.
And it -- I blame all of you believe.
Will wake -- you -- the third to a brighter future for a -- to future and lest we can figure out how to work together.
Or the rules some of the senate change.
We're gonna have a dark future.
I've got young son's 2226.
Years old for their future.
I mean I don't wanna settled them we already have saddled them with debt with.
The future that's that's pretty dismal.
Because of what we're doing right now so we've got to make those changes firm for my kids -- for -- future pancakes.
You'll have noticed have strikingly similar the language used by both those voters laws.
You might -- be surprised to know.
They are totally opposite ends of the political spectrum -- by B is -- Tea Party activist Paul McKenzie is a union -- And a lifelong Democrat they ought emblematic.
Of the split in this state and they -- the reason.
Why the race between senator Harry Reid and challenger Sharon angle -- seems to be -- would be going.
-- -- -- -- Jonathan Hunt live in Las Vegas.
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