But as the Sun
notes, it's not a risk-free proposition:
Democrats also relish the thought of turning the race into a Berkley versus Adelson campaign.
"Is it easier to go up against easy-going, good-looking Dean Heller or a billionaire who is trying to buy a Senate seat?" said one Democratic operative. "If (Adelson) gets that level of visibility, if he becomes the issue, it could actually be a benefit to her."
If he decides to be a major financial player in the Senate race, the vehicle through which he decides to funnel his money will be almost as noteworthy as the money itself. Does he mainly utilize his own outside group? Or donate to other outside groups as he did in the presidential race?