More Tea Party Articles

  • Eric Cantor loses primary to challenger Dave Brat

    House Majority Leader Eric Cantor fell to challenger Dave Brat on Tuesday in a stunning primary upset likely to send shockwaves through Congress and the Republican Party.

  • Eric Cantor's defeat throws Republican leadership into 'total chaos'

    House Republicans were scrambling Tuesday night to determine the fallout on their leadership team and governing agenda after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was ousted in his GOP primary in Virginia's 7th district.

  • Seven things you should know about Eric Cantor

    Although he is well-known in Washington, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is probably not a household name in much of the country. It will be soon, though.

  • Eric Cantor loses primary; Tea Party condition upgraded to 'alive'

    Those who tried to claim the Tea Party movement was dead received a shock Tuesday night, when House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., lost his primary to challenger David Brat. Cantor's internal poll from last week had the incumbent up 34 points over Brat, but with 89 percent of precincts...



From the Weekly Standard

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