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.
Fox News contributor and former GOP strategist Karl Rove declared on-air that Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell's primary win in Delaware spells nearly certain doom for at least one Senate seat the GOP was hoping to take in November.
Does this gloomy forecast hold true for other states that saw Tea Party backed candidates unseat the traditional party players? For the Republican reaction to Tuesday's primary returns, we speak with House Minority Whip Eric Cantor, Republican Representative from Virginia.
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