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Final Push for Sharron Angle by Tea Party Express

Tea Party Express Launches Final Blitz for Sharron Angle in Nevada U.S. Senate Race

As Tuesday's June 8th primary in the critical U.S. Senate race in Nevada approaches, the Tea Party Express (website: is launching a major campaign blitz to help propel Conservative Republican, Sharron Angle, to victory in this highly-watched race.

Angle, who has attended 16 tea party rallies - more than any other candidate in the U.S. Senate race, has received over $400,000 in support from the Tea Party Express since we endorsed her on April 15th at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. At that time a recent Mason-Dixon poll had put her at 5%. Today she is in a dead-heat for first with the establishment-backed candidate, Sue Lowden.

The Tea Party Express will make one final big push to help secure victory for Angle's campaign including the following activities:

A final TV and radio ad push that will approach $100,000 - featuring a new TV ad that will close out the Tea Party Express ad campaign for Angle. The TV ad will be released to members of the press on Thursday, June 3rd - and will run through Election Day.

A 2-hour "Tea Party RadioThon" promoting Angle on the highly-rated Las Vegas News/Talk station KXNT 840 AM this Thursday, June 3rd from 6:00 - 8:00 PM Pacific (9:00 - 11:00 PM Eastern) featuring live call in's and commentary from Joe The Plumber, conservative radio host Mark Levin, conservative radio host Lars Larson, national tea party leaders, and many others.

A national "Phone From Home" program that will also begin on Thursday, June 8th and will empower the 350,000+ members/supporters of the Tea Party Express to call Nevada Republicans, and secure their vote for Angle.

A statewide GOTV program beginning this Friday, June 4th that will ensure identified Angle supporters get to the polls.

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