LAS VEGAS — The jury is out on whether Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid or contender Sharron Angle will win the Senate seat in November, but Las Vegas broadcasters are already winners.

The two campaigns are running back-to-back advertisements in a large number of time slots. The ads are almost all negative. Reid attacks Angle in one ad for wanting to bring all the nation’s nuclear waste to Nevada for reprocessing, a move he says would endanger Nevadans. The ad ends with an image of an oil-soaked pelican to highlight what the ad calls “the risk of a spill.”

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