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.
Earlier this week, we spoke to Gail Sheehy of The Daily Beast about what Maureen Dowd and she have labelled the "mean girls" in this election But is that term fair? Rebecca Traister, senior writer at Salon.com, joins us.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and challenger Sharron Angle faced off in their first -- and only -- debate last night. Ian Mylchreest, Senior Producer for KNPR's State of the Union, joins us with a re-cap of the debate.
Last night, voters decided the party candidates in four closely watched states -- Arkansas, California, Nevada, and South Carolina -- and seven others. But for many candidates, the election battle is only now beginning.
We are looking at two primary elections with national implications: Arkansas, where the power of organized labor is at play, and Nevada, where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is hoping a specific GOP pick will enable him to keep his seat.
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