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  Tea Party
CountryUnited States
ContributorDodge Landesman
Last EditedRBH - November 01, 2010 09:08pm
DescriptionIn response to the Tea Party movement, several sympathetic groups fielded third party candidates in the 2010 elections.

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The Tea Party Guide to Being a Real American: Arming Yourself against Godless Liberals, Dirty Socialists, and Sexy Ideas  Purchase RP 
Official Tea Party Handbook: A Tactical Playbook for Tea Party Patriots  Purchase RP 
Mad As Hell: How the Tea Party Movement Is Fundamentally Remaking Our Two-Party System   Purchase RP 
Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America  Purchase RP 
A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes  Purchase RP 

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Nov 09, 2012 08:00am General Tea Party feels strengthened even in midst of Mitt Romney defeat and GOP failure to take Senate  Article RP 
Aug 08, 2012 02:05pm Legal Ruling Failed tea party rally leaves organization with $748,000 bill  Article RP 
Aug 01, 2012 06:00pm General Mitt Romney Better Move to Right, Says Emboldened Tea Party  Article RP 
Nov 29, 2011 03:00pm Poll More Now Disagree with Tea Party – Even in Tea Party Districts   Article RP 
Oct 30, 2011 09:00am Analysis The Tea Party Pork Binge  Article RP 
Aug 03, 2011 08:10am Idiocy Sarah Palin Proves Tea Party Not Terrorists, ‘Or Obama Would Pal Around With Us’  Article Homegrown Democrat 



11/06/2012 VT State Senate - Chittenden County Shelley Palmer Lost 2.97% (-10.29%)
11/08/2011 NJ General Assembly 24 Rose Ann Salanitri Lost 5.08% (-25.49%)
05/24/2011 NY District 26 - Special Election Jack Davis Lost 9.01% (-38.34%)
11/02/2010 FL Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services Ira Chester Lost 3.92% (-52.02%)
11/02/2010 US House - National Vote Tea Party Control Lost 0.04% (-52.43%)
11/02/2010 NV US Senate Jon S. Ashjian Lost 0.81% (-49.48%)
11/02/2010 WI State Assembly - Popular Vote Tea Party Control Lost 0.03% (-54.73%)
11/02/2010 NY State Senate 59 David J. DiPietro Lost 10.77% (-47.99%)
11/02/2010 WI State Assembly 26 Job E. Hou-Seye Lost 3.01% (-45.88%)
11/02/2010 NJ - District 03 Peter DeStefano Lost 1.49% (-48.54%)
11/02/2010 Camden County Freeholders Thomas J. Stearns Jr. Lost 2.08% (-27.54%)
11/02/2010 Camden County Freeholders Amy LaConte-Smith Lost 2.04% (-27.57%)
11/02/2010 NJ State Senate 5 - Special Election Christopher J. Weag Lost 3.62% (-59.70%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 011 John Ferentinos Lost 5.84% (-48.07%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 073 Raul Ismael Pantoja Rodriguez Lost 3.07% (-55.48%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 115 Christopher Blau Lost 3.16% (-60.45%)
11/02/2010 FL - District 25 Roly Arrojo Lost 3.00% (-49.14%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 079 Jose Alvarez Lost 6.21% (-54.63%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 119 Alex Fernandez Lost 3.30% (-48.46%)
11/02/2010 FL State House 034 John DeVries Lost 6.39% (-46.03%)