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Reid Boasts About Not Going Back to Nevada
Residency issues plagued colleagues, but not former Democratic leader

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid acknowledges that he didn’t get back to his home state on a regular basis. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Residency issues knocked out a handful of Harry Reid’s colleagues over the years, but the outgoing Senate Democratic leader didn’t even pretend that he got back to his home state of Nevada on a regular basis. 

“It’s amazing what I have not done,” said Reid in the recent cover story for GW Magazine. “I don’t go home every week. I never have, even when I was in the House. I don’t like banquets, parades.” 

GOP's Kennedy, Democrat Campbell Emerge from the Louisiana Senate Jungle
Jungle primary determines matchup for December Senate runoff

Foster Campbell, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate from Louisiana, greets a guest after announcing he advanced to a runoff election during an election night party at the Capital Hilton in Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 8, 2016. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

As Guns N’ Roses might say, “Welcome to the jungle.”

A pair of Senate candidates have emerged from the Louisiana jungle primary, The Associated Press projects, with Republican state Treasurer John Kennedy being joined in a Dec. 10 runoff by Democratic Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell.