Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn on Thursday said she wasn’t sure she’d vote for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) to keep his job should the Democrats maintain control of the Senate.
Atlanta Journal Constitution reports:
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But the juiciest bit of news may have come shortly after the Georgia Chamber event, when Nunn served notice to her fellow Democrats that she wasn’t a sure vote for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., to keep his job — should her party keep control of that chamber in November.
"I look forward to changing the composition in the leadership of the Senate. The way that we’re going to change Washington is to bring more people to recognize – to have the humility to recognize – that there are good ideas on both sides of the aisle…
"I will vote for the Democratic leader that I think best represents our capacity to get things done and move things forward. …"
Nunn is trailing Republican nominee David Perdue by 6%, according to a recent CBS/New York Times poll.