Thursday, May 31, 2012

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News9 new results for "Tea Party"
Rising Anti-Compromise Republicans Set to Reshape Senate
Texas Republican Ted Cruz, who was backed by the Tea Party movement, this week forced Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst into a July runoff for an open Senate seat. On May 8, Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock toppled incumbent Senator Richard ...
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Texas primary delivers blows to establishment favorites
Los Angeles Times
Tea party favorite Ted Cruz, shown Tuesday with wife Heidi and daughters Catherine and Caroline, forced Texas Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst into a runoff election for the Republican Party's US Senate nomination. (Nick de la Torre, Houston Chronicle / May 29, ...
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Both sides already heating up for Senate runoff
Houston Chronicle
By Peggy Fikac AUSTIN - National conservative groups are poised to pour it on for tea party favorite Ted Cruz in the runoff for the GOP nod for US Senate, while Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst can bank on his personal fortune as he touts his long record in ...
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Dewhurst calls Cruz another lawyer funded by Washington special interests
Houston Chronicle (blog)
(Houston Chronicle) Ted Cruz campaigns with the Tea Party Express. (Associated Press) Ted Cruz addresses a crowd of about 20 supporters at a restaurant in Temple on Saturday, May 26. Cruz vowed that, given a runoff against Lt. Gov.
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Houston Chronicle (blog)
Dewhurst appears to abandon frontrunner strategy
Austin American-Statesman
Dewhurst and second-place finisher Ted Cruz, who has the endorsement of tea party powerhouses, are headed to a July 31 runoff. Tony Gutierrez/ASSOCIATED PRESS The campaign for Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, right, said the endorsement of Craig James helps ...
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Austin American-Statesman
Stronger, Faster, Better? Tea Party Grooms A New Breed Of Candidate
were often a messy process marked by prominent tea party candidates drawing national attention for all the wrong reasons. In 2012, it has shown signs of fine-tuning — many of the tea party insurgents who are taking on the mainstream have a much better ...
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Texas primary delivers blows to establishment favorites | The Republic
The Republic
By Lisa Mascaro Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — As the battle rages between the Republican establishment and the tea party, two Texas GOP candidates for the Senate are headed toward a costly runoff as their party works to take majority control ...
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Florida's Tea Party Governor Sets New Low for Stripping Voting Rights
How low is Florida's Tea Party Republican governor Rick Scott willing to go to disrupt the right to vote in 2012—particularly for the GOP's perceived political opponents? Progressive voting rights groups and even county election supervisors from ...
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In 2012, Moderates Are the New Liberals
Huffington Post
Today, the Tea Party is coercing Republicans into doing the same number on moderates. The "I'm mad as hell! Don't confuse me with facts" mentality has infected the US House of Representatives and is metastasizing into the Senate.
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Blogs3 new results for "Tea Party"
Wisconsin Recall Final Debate Tonight; Illinois Tea Party - WIFR
Wisconsin's Governor Scott Walker and his democratic opponent Tom Barrett will go head to head tonight for the last time before Tuesday's historic recall election.
WIFR - News - Headlines
Olivia Palermo Rocks a White Tuxedo Jacket - Coco's Tea Party
By Cocos Tea Party
I'm thinking of starting an annual awards ceremony where celebrities compete for the title of best blazer and tuxedo jacket wearer. Gywneth Paltrow and Kate Moss would always be contenders, and Cameron Diaz and Jessica Alba probably ...
Coco's Tea Party
Tea party activist files signatures for Senate run in Maine — Politics ...
By The Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Maine — A fourth independent has filed petitions to appear on the November ballot for U.S. Senate in Maine. Tea party activist Andrew Ian Dodge says he submitted 4183 signatures to the Maine secretary of state's office on ...
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