If there is no objection, the motion will be adoptedBill to restore FAA services passes Aug 05, 2011
I'm going to bring a free-standing bill and we're going to have a chance to vote on itReid to move $6B disaster relief bill Sep 07, 2011
On the Mississippi River we have 3 million acres of farmland -- not 3,000, not 300,000 -- 3 million acres that are covered with waterReid to move $6B disaster relief bill Sep 07, 2011
We need to get this relief funding to the American people as quickly as we can and we're going to do thatReid to move $6B disaster relief bill Sep 07, 2011
When Republicans talk about shared sacrifice, they mean that the sacrifice should be shared by those that can least afford itCantor repeats GOP stance: No tax hikes Jul 06, 2011
Harry Mason Reid (born December 2, 1939) is the senior United States Senator from Nevada, serving since 1987. A member of the Democratic Party, he has been the Senate Majority Leader since January 2007, having previously served as Minority Leader and Minority and Majority Whip.
Previously, Reid was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Nevada's 1st congressional district, and served in Nevada local and state government as city attorney of Henderson, a state legislator, Lieutenant Governor, and chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Reid was born in Searchlight, Nevada, the third of the four sons of Inez Orena Jaynes, a laundress, and Harry Vincent Reid, a miner. His paternal grandmother was an English immigrant from Darlston, Staffordshire. Reid's boyhood home had no indoor toilet, hot water or telephone. Searchlight had no high school, so Reid boarded with relatives 40 miles away in Henderson, Nevada to attend Basic High School where he played football, and was an amateur boxer. While at Basic High he met future Nevada governor Mike O'Callaghan, who was a teacher there. Reid attended Southern Utah University and graduated from Utah State University. He then went to George Washington University Law School earning a J.D. while working for the United States Capitol Police.