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Tea party winners come to Washington

The 2010 election brought scores of tea party-backed candidates into Washington.

 
 

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Raul Labrador

Raul Labrador ran for Idaho's 1st congressional district with tea party support, even resisting help from the Republican party for months after his primary win. A right-wing immigration lawyer, he took down one of the most conservative Democrats in the House.


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