Former Angle Volunteer Promises Political Tell-All

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LAS VEGAS (AP) - A former volunteer for Republican Sharron Angle's effort to unseat Senate Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid last year in Nevada says he has written a tell-all political guide on why the tea party favorite's campaign failed.

Las Vegas Valley Tea Party President Stephen Commander told The
Associated Press that he is looking for a publisher for his short political manual based on Angle's 2010 contest.

Commander trained other campaign volunteers on how to telephone
voters and sell Angle over Reid.

He says the Angle campaign changed for the worse after she unexpectedly won the GOP primary and national Republicans swooped in to try to help her win.

He says the leaders of the new campaign team did not trust each other.

Angle is now running for a U.S. House seat.