Los Angeles CNN - A second straight poll suggests that a candidate backed by a national Tea Party organization is now in the lead in the battle for Nevada's Republican Senate nomination. The former member of the Nevada Assembly has won endorsements in recent months from many conservative organizations, including significant financial backing from the Tea Party Express, a national Tea Party group best known for running three cross country bus caravans, and the Club for Growth, a fiscally conservative organization. Angle has aggressively touted her connection to Tea Party activists, calling the movement "a tsunami of conservatism across this country. The remaining candidates in the field of a 13 bidding for the Republican Senate nomination are in single digits in the survey. Thirteen percent of people questioned in the poll remain undecided.
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He coached college basketball for 31 seasons over five decades at three schools. Tarkanian revolutionized the college game at UNLV, utilizing a pressing defense to fuel its fast-paced offense. Overall, he won over games in his career, and only twice failed to win 20 games in a season. Tarkanian studied at Pasadena City College and later Fresno State , earning a bachelor's degree while playing basketball.