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Tea party set to topple Sen. Richard Lugar. Could he try third-party run?
Christian Science Monitor
Tea party-challenger Richard Mourdock has attacked him from the right and looks set to win Tuesday's GOP primary. By Mark Trumbull, Staff writer / May 7, 2012 Sen. Richard Lugar responds to a question during his visit to Wesley Manor Monday in ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Lugar: Tea party trespassed on my farm
Dick Lugar is accusing tea party members of trespassing on his family farm and erecting 'Retire Lugar' signs on the eve of the Senate primary. The six-term Republican incumbent said Monday he was alerted by his son that members of the Owen County tea ...
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Tea party candidate hopes to end Indiana Sen. Lugar's career
Chicago Tribune
Lugar, one of the longest-serving senators, is facing perhaps his toughest GOP challenger ever in tea party-backed state Treasurer Richard Mourdock, who hopes to end the incumbent's 36-year Capitol Hill career with a victory in Tuesday's primary.
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Ind. Sen. Lugar faces tough GOP primary against tea party-backed foe; early ...
Washington Post
Indiana voters who have been besieged by negative attack ads for months will decide Tuesday whether the 80-year-old senator should continue to seek a seventh term or put tea party-backed state Treasurer Richard Mourdock on the ballot in November.
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Lugar and Dewhurst Test the Power of the Tea Party
Huffington Post (blog)
The catastrophic performance of this year's Tea Party-endorsed presidential candidates has inspired some to imagine that the movement is dead. That kind of optimism is only possible by ignoring red state politics. The growing power of the Tea Party is ...
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Still the one? Tea Party flexes clout vs Lugar
Washington Examiner
(AP Photo/Journal & Courier, John Terhune) There have been no crowded rallies on the National Mall this year, but the Tea Party hasn't faded away. And by Tuesday night it will likely have Richard Mourdock to prove the conservative movement is still a ...
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Washington Examiner
Richard Lugar: Win by my 'tea party' rival may doom GOP Senate control
Los Angeles Times
Richard Lugar fights for his political life, he is warning Hoosiers that if his "tea party"-backed opponent wins this week's primary, it would hand the longtime Republican-held seat to Democrats this fall -- and dampen GOP chances to gain majority ...
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Tea Party vs. K Street
Daily Beast
by David Frum May 7, 2012 11:55 AM EDT A couple of weeks ago, Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner challenged David Brooks, me, and other Tea Party skeptics to explain which we preferred: Tea Party ideology or K Street pay-to-play.
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Daily Beast
Democrats may benefit in tea party
A tea party challenge to a Republican stalwart in the Senate in Tuesday's Indiana primary election could, once again, backfire and play into the hands of Democrats who are struggling to retain control of the upper chamber in Congress.
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Blogs5 new results for "Tea Party"
Addison rips Tea Party Express for 'reprehensible' on-again, off ...
By Robert T. Garrett/Reporter
AX190_235D_9.jpg Populist Republican Glenn Addison says a national tea party group supporting his rival Ted Cruz in the Texas Senate race made a sham show of inviting other Senate hopefuls to its six rallies across Texas, and then ...
Trail Blazers Blog
Heather Robinson: Tea Party Opportunist Mourdock Takes on Pro ...
By Heather Robinson
Richard Mourdock may have an uphill battle in trying to "out-conservative" the venerable Lugar, a Capitol Hill denizen who has fought like a tiger for Israel, against nuclear proliferation, and for other important foreign policy priorities.
President Obama on Huffington Post
Jeff Danziger: Lugar and the Tea Party
By Jeff Danziger
The Tea Party's appeal may be waning nationally, but in the Republican heartland they remain a potent force. The Texas and Indiana Senate races are a fine test of the Tea Party's ability to drive the GOP farther and farther out of the national ...
The Huffington Post Full Blog Feed
Obama Campaign Attacks The Tea Party, They ... - Weasel Zippers
President Barack Obama's reelection campaign released another campaign ad this morning, a 60-second spot that will run in battleground states Colorado, Florida, North Carolina, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and ...
Weasel Zippers
Ron and Rand Paul hold joint tea party rally in Texas | The ...
By TexasFred
Ron and Rand Paul hold joint tea party rally in Texas. AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Ron Paul told thousands of supporters in his home state Sunday that they "have infiltrated the Republican Party" in the name of liberty. The GOP presidential hopeful ...
The TexasFred Blog

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