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Latest Thad Cochran Items
Why would a bunch of Obama voters suddenly take an interest in a Republican U.S. Senate primary? Well, there are two options.
Sen. Ted Cruz says that it is "appalling" that Sen. Thad Cochran and his allies resorted to recruiting Democrats on their way to winning the GOP primary in Mississippi, saying it is "unprincipled and wrong" and that allegations of vote fraud should be investigated.
He's an upstart Republican working his plain-spoken charm in a state chock-full of tea party support, accusing his well-known establishment opponent of running from his moderate record, ignoring his constituents' wishes and supporting amnesty for illegal immigrants.
A conference call set up by Sen. Thad Cochran's campaign camp took a turn to the bizarre, after a caller who identified on Twitter as a freelance journalist broke in to repeatedly ask: Why was the candidate's camp "harvesting black votes?"
State Sen. Chris McDaniel said Thursday he will be handing out bounties to people who can dig up evidence that leads to the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in voter fraud in his primary race against Sen. Thad Cochran, who was declared the winner.
An attack ad that gathered steam on Mississippi radio to shut down votes against Sen. Thad Cochran was revealed on Fox News to have ties to the former head of the Republican National Committee, Gov. Haley Barbour.
Looking to rebound from a heartbreaking loss in Mississippi's Senate primary, national tea party groups say they still hope to score a few victories to bolster their ranks as they prepare for policy battles on Capitol Hill.
Conservatives everywhere should support Ed Gillespie.
The Tea Party movement is furious at how it was trashed by Republican establishment activists who depicted that movement as racist.