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New Leader of Senate Democrats "Brings No Particular Stature to the Job," Prof. Ken Bode Tells Newspaper

January 4, 2005

January 4, 2005, Greencastle, Ind. - A Reno News & Review profile of U.S. Senator Harry Reid, who was recently elected Senate Minority Leader, includes the analysis of a DePauw University faculty member. Dennis Myers writes, "DePauw University professor Ken Bode, former Washington Week in Review moderator who once managed a campaign against Reid, says the Nevada senator does not bring a record of accomplishment with him or a forceful personality: 'He brings no particular stature to the job... For most of the time he's been in the Senate, there's nothing you can point to that is Harry Reid except that he's protected Nevada [from] Yucca Mountain and a few other procedural matters that have come his way. When he goes out and joins Nancy Pelosi and Terry McAuliffe, he joins them as the junior partner, and he shouldn't be.'"

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