RENO, Nev. (AP) - Nevada Democrats aren't the only ones talking about the far-right wing views of the Republican who won the nomination to face Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in November.
The host of a conservative radio talk show in Reno is cautioning Sharron Angle's supporters that there are things about her that annoy voters.
Bill Manders of KKOH says he likes Angle and wants her to win, but that she "needs to slide to the left a little bit ... not stay way over to the right."
Democrats say Angle's extremist ideas include eliminating the Education Department and repealing the federal income tax.
Manders told his listeners on Wednesday "this hardcore right thing is going to kill her." He said "it may cost her an election if she doesn't understand that."