Thursday, Sept. 17, 2009 | 9:21 a.m.
WASHINGTON -- Investment banker John Chachas, one of the potential Republican challengers to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, got a look in the New York Times today.
The paper describes his underdog bid like this:
“So what does a 44-year-old investment banker do when he wants a new career challenge?
Try a quixotic bid to unseat the Senate majority leader, Harry Reid , Democrat of Nevada.”
The story goes on to note that polls show Reid is trailing two potential Republican candidates.
“But neither of those is Mr. Chachas.”
You can read it here. (If you read to the very end, you’ll catch the quote from the Sun’s Jon Ralston.)