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Topic - Nancy Mace
Republicans who didn't heed the tea party's slogan on the Gadsden flag are about to experience the movement's wrath at the polls.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham may be in for a bumpy ride in his bid to secure a third term in November 2014, a new poll suggests.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has remained silent on whether he supports President Obama's calls for military strikes against Syria, saying only that he wants more information as he tries to calibrate his views with those of his colleagues in Washington and voters back home in Kentucky.
The push to defund President Obama's health care law is becoming a litmus test for GOP midterm primaries, where insurgent candidates are using the issue to bash incumbent Republicans balking at being forced to choose between funding the law or shutting down the government.
Add South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham to the list of veteran GOP lawmakers who have drawn a challenge from the right for the 2014 midterm cycle.
The first female graduate of the Citadel is raising money in preparation for a 2014 primary challenge against GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
Nancy Mace, the first female graduate of the Citadel, said she will "stand with the people of South Carolina against Obama's failed leadership and against military action in Syria."
"This race is about Washington and sending someone there who is principled and who will not waver once they get there," Mrs. Mace said. "It is about reining in the power in Washington as well, and it's about getting someone who is going to join Sen. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, because that is the direction of the Republican Party."