Mark Herr

Organizer, Mid-South Tea Party

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Organizer with the Mid-South Tea Party in Memphis, Tennessee

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A recent study by the  New York Times  estimates that about 30 Tea Party candidates have a chance of getting to Congress and eight or so to the Senate.

The Tea Parties and the Consequences in Congress

A recent study by the New York Times estimates that about 30 Tea Party candidates have a chance of getting to Congress and eight or so to the Senate.

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The  New York Times  says about 30 Tea Party candidates could get to the House, while eight have a chance at the Senate.

The Tea Parties and the Consequences in Congress

The New York Times says about 30 Tea Party candidates could get to the House, while eight have a chance at the Senate.

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