President bolstered for November’s mid-terms as Democrats lead in key races for Senate and state governorships Barack Obama and his Democratic allies have scored a series of victories in primary races while the Republican establishment has lost out to agitated Tea Party supporters, bolstering the president’s hand in November’s mid-term elections. The results of primaries in four states on …
“Tea party” groups are planning a large rally on Sunday in Arizona, near the Mexican border, to support both the state’s hard-line stance on illegal immigration and the political campaign of the local talk show host who is challenging Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). Mexico â United States border – US-Mexico Border – Immigration – United States – Law
Businessman Dan Maes rode support from tea party groups to claim Colorado’s Republican gubernatorial primary, defeating former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis.
The Campbell County Tea Party has scheduled is having an open meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12 in the chambers of Campbell County Fiscal Court at the county administration building, 1098 Monmouth St., Newport.
The Warren Tea Party collected enough signatures in its effort to reduce the number of Warren council members and create districts so the entire city is represented, the Clerk’s Office said today.
Washington – Elements of the Tea Party, a US conservative movement, are set to join a rally Sunday in Arizona to support the state’s hardline position on illegal immigration, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
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JUNEAU The national group Tea Party Express made a stop in Juneau last week and held a lightly attended rally endorsing Rep. Joe Miller for the impending U.S. Senate Republican primary election in Alaska.
WILLIAMSBURG — The original Tea Party may have been in Boston, but some modern-day “tea party” activists are finding a powerful narrative this summer at a different historic landmark: Colonial Williamsburg.
The Chamber of Commerce plans to spend at least $75 million on elections in 2010, but returns on its early investments this season have been disappointing. Jane Norton, who lost to a Tea Party backed candidate (Ken Buck) in Colorado Tuesday night, is just one in a string of Chamber-backed candidates to go down in defeat.
Entrepreneur Dan Maes cashed in his support from Tea Party patriot groups to narrowly defeat former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis in Colorado’s GOP gubernatorial primary, sending a message to state republicans that the movement is a force they must reckon with.
Ken Buck defeated Jane Norton in the GOP primary for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, setting up a general election this fall that pits an establishment Democrat against a scrappy, Tea Party-backed opponent.
The tea party wins again with Ken Buck’s victory in Colorado, but President Barack Obama snaps his losing streak in the same state.
Tea party favorite Ken Buck has defeated former Lt. Gov. Jane Norton to clinch Colorado’s Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate.
Tea party activists wrapping up a four-day election boot camp here say they”ll make up in “sweat equity” what they lack in political cash to get out the vote for candidates who’ve signed their Contract From America to shrink government and lower taxes.