Republican Mark Amodei just won the special election for Nevada's Second Congressional District in a landslide -- but he could already be facing a potential primary challenge from a familiar name: Sharron Angle.
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The local NBC affiliate in Reno reports that Angle spokesman Jerry Stacy is not closing the door on the prospect.
"I'm guessing that (Sharron) Angle's options are open, and I expect that she and others will be paying close attention to Amodei's performance," said Stacy. "What is important now is that Amodei pays close attention to his constituents in this district and give them the representation that they want if he expects to keep this job."
Of course, given Angle's history of blowing a top-tier Senate election that the GOPÂ could have won with another candidate, it's not a big mystery as to whether or not Amodei would get all of the party's actual backing in a primary.