Monday, April 23, 2012

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News9 new results for "Tea Party"
Six 2012 races where the tea party counts
Christian Science Monitor
After playing kingmaker in the 2010 election cycle, the tea party movement is having a less prominent role in 2012. But its support or opposition could swing some key races and even determine whether Republicans win control of the Senate.
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Christian Science Monitor
Tea party will 'absolutely' back Romney in general election, says movement leader
Daily Caller
By Jamie Weinstein WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 27: Tea Party activists gather on Capitol Hill for a "Hold the Line" rally on June 27, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) Though the tea party wasn't particularly enthused about Mitt ...
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Daily Caller
Panel: A third party run?
we'll bring back the panel. i want to talk a little bit about warren hatch but under the guise of the strength of the tea party . orrin hatch got out of the convention into the primary, which is better than what bob bennett did two years ago. are we ...
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Hatch withstands Tea Party opposition
Orrin Hatch (R-UT) listens as other Senators speak during a news conference to unveil a balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution on January 26, 2011 in Washington, DC (Win McNamee, Getty Images) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Tea Party ...
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Utah Hatch's Fate in Primary Rests on Spending by Outside Groups
By Laura Litvan on April 23, 2012 FreedomWorks, a national group that backs the Tea Party, said today it will continue to seek to defeat Utah Senator Orrin Hatch after it failed to knock him out of the Republican primary two days ago.
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Yes, the Tea Party Mattered
National Review Online (blog)
By Patrick Brennan Early successes by primary challengers for two Republican Senate incumbents, Dick Lugar in Indiana and Orrin Hatch in Utah, have reminded the country that the Tea Party still represents an important force. But as with many political ...
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Tea Party So Far Fails to Conquer GOP, But Ron Paulites are on the Rise
Reason Online (blog)
Highlights: The 2012 meeting of the Republican national command shows just how little has actually changed in the Grand Old Party since the tea-party movement helped Republicans capture the US House majority two years ago and announced that they were a ...
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Tea Party Targets Supplement Advocate in Senate Bid
Natural Products INSIDER (blog)
If the Tea Party gets its way, the dietary supplement world may soon find out. In his bid for reelection to the US Senate, Hatch needed to secure 60 percent of the Republican party delegates in Utah. He got a little more than 59 percent of the delegate ...
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Slew of conservative primary candidates pit tea party against PA's GOP ...
Pennsylvania Independent
If the tea party conservatives and the Republican establishment united to help elect Gov. Tom Corbett, US Sen. Pat Toomey and swing 13 seats to take control of the state House in 2010, then 2012 is the year where those conservative discontents are ...
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Pennsylvania Independent

Blogs5 new results for "Tea Party"
Tea Party Faces Trouble Ahead
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Is the tea party breaking up? After playing a dominant role in a number of elections in 2010 -- Christine O'Donnell, anyone?
The Huffington Post | Full News Feed
Senator Hatch Calls Conservative Tea Party Groups "Ultra-Liars ...
By Jim Hoft
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) called conservative tea party groups "ultra-liars" after GOP members in Utah forced him into a May 6 primary race. Hatch lashed out at conservative groups, like FreedomWorks, after he was forced into a primary.
The Gateway Pundit
Is the Tea Party over? – Cafferty File - Blogs
By Katie McLaughlin
FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: The party might be over -- the Tea Party that is. The movement that took the country -- and Washington -- by storm two years ago appears to be fading. In the early days of the Obama Administration, the Tea Party ...
Cafferty File
Will the Tea Party bring down Orrin Hatch? - The Week
By The Week
A GOP icon suffers a big setback at the party's Utah convention, failing to dodge a primary challenge from a conservative candidate backed by the noisy grassroots movement.
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GrokTV Special Event: GSPLPAC TEA Party – The Speakers Part II ...
By Skip
In addition to Nat Healy and Dr. Joe Tarta, there were three more speakers: NH House Representative Dan Itse on the NH and US Constitutions Irena Goddard, Freedom activist, speaking about life growing up in a Communist nation and why.

Web1 new result for "Tea Party"
RealClearPolitics - Is the Tea Party Still Relevant?
Is the tea party breaking up? After playing a dominant role in a number of elections in 2010 — Christine O'Donnell, anyone? — there is growing evidence that ...

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