‘Tea party’ spurns ‘09 hero in ‘10 rematch

GOP nod again eludes N.Y.’s Hoffman

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“Without the energy provided by tea party volunteers and backers,” Mr. Barie said, “There’s nothing left of the Hoffman campaign.”

Mr. Barie said people in the district aren’t happy with Rep. Owens, who voted for health care reform, and are determined to send a message to Washington.

“People are so angry,” he said. “There is such a deep-seated concern about the spending and the deficit.”

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