Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) - A Tea Party group that's been targeting Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for over a year is now going after him once again.
Tea Party Express, which has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in support of Sharron Angle, Reid's Republican challenger, and which has targeted the Senate's top Democrat in three of their four well publicized cross-country bus tours, now says they'll hold a watch party in the same Las Vegas casino where Reid is setting up shop for his election night headquarters.
Tea Party Express tells CNN that they'll hold their watch party at the Aria Resort and Casino.
"Reid is at the Aria, and Tea Party Express decided to go straight into the belly of the beast, just like we did when we kicked off the last tour in Searchlight, a mile or so from Harry Reid's house," Tea Party Express spokesman Levi Russell tells CNN. "We'll hold our Victory Watch party and war-room at the Aria, where we'll watch nationwide election results come from the many races we have been working in over the past year and a half."
The Sacramento, California based national organization is one of the best well known Tea Party groups, thanks to its four bus tours, and in part due to its heavy involvement backing conservative candidates in the Republican primary process. The group's current cross country bus tour is scheduled to end Monday in New Hampshire, and group leaders are planning on flying back to Nevada for Tuesday's midterms. And they say they are parking one of their buses outside the casino.
Thanks to the help and support of the Tea Party Express, Angle, once a little know former state lawmaker, went from being a long-shot to winning June's Republican Senate nomination over a crowded field of candidates.
Angle is setting up her election night headquarters at the Venetian hotel and casino. Tea Party Express says they'll have a suite at the Venetian as well, and hope to join Angle for what they say will be a victory celebration late in the evening.
Russell says that he hopes Reid's "defeat on Tuesday will be a tremendous victory for the conservative movement."
"Sen. Reid is proud to enjoy the support of the many Nevadans who will actually decide this election, including most prominent Republicans in this state," Reid campaign communciations director Kelly Steele tells CNN. "Our campaign will continue to contrast Sen. Reid's record of delivering for Nevada in these tough economic times with Sharron Angle's extreme and dangerous agenda."
The most recent polls of likely Nevada voters indicate the Senate contest is neck and neck.
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