So what do the wins and losses add up to for Tea Party members across the country? Matt Kibbe, the President of FreedomWorks, and Todd Zwillich, the Takeaway's Washington correspondent, also weighs in.
Every state save for Hawai'i has been to the primary polls, and the ballots for November are nearly set. In a few states we saw surprising results: results that might lead to changed strategies in the general election. We speak with Eric Cantor.
What do these Tea Party wins mean for the Republican Party, and is the GOP shifting on the political spectrum? Kate Zernike is a reporter for The New York Times, and the author of 'Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America'.
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