"This 'report' by a right-wing blogger who's literally been embedded within the Angle campaign has no credibility on its face," Reid campaign spokesman Kelly Steele told Politico. "That being said, given Sen. Reid's work to strengthen the state's top industry, it should come as no surprise that casino employees support his reelection."
The chain of e-mails, which can be read here, show that company vice president of public policy and communications Marybel Batjer wrote that another official received a message from the Reid campaign.
"She asked me to reach out to you to PLEASE do whatever we need to do to get the supervisors to know that there is NOTHING more important then (sic) to get employees out to vote," Batjer wrote to a number of Harrah's employees. "Waking up to a defeat of Harry Reid Nov 3rd will be devastating for our industry's future. I know everyone is working hard, but somehow the effort is not getting through the ranks."
A Justice Department spokeswoman told TPMMuckraker that DOJ was reviewing the letter but declined further comment.
This isn't the first time that Angle has accused Reid of tinkering with the election, but the Nevada Secretary of State said one of her previous charges had no merit. Angle's former PAC actually funded a group that later charged that Reid was benefiting from voter fraud.