Primaries Show Voters Want Change

Joe Sestak put an end to Arlen specter's 30 year senate career taking home a big win in the Pennsylvania primary. In Kentucky, tea party candidate Rand Paul took home a win. Paul says his mission now is to bring the tea party and the Republican Party together.

Democrats and republicans agree that last night's results show voters are angry, and both hope that will work in their favor. Republicans say they'll be the party of change this fall.


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  • by Arthur Kinney on May 20, 2010 at 05:28 AM
    The tea party will win a few primaries here and there, but I thought the message they were trying to send was change in the way we do politics, but whats happening here is republicans are high jacking the tea party, and making it theirs.
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