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-- Texas primary through and do alarming focus just how dangerous this year is becoming.
To more relatively big names could not get past the challenges.
Chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel has the latest example of throw the bums out mentality in voting booths across the country.
Well known and well funded taxes lieutenant governor David Dewhurst failed earned 50% of the vote in a nine person GOP primary -- retiring Kay Bailey Hutchison's senate seat.
So the taxes establishment figure Dewhurst is facing a run up against a lesser known opponent.
Former state solicitor general Ted crews finish second after earning grassroots support him.
And the backing of national conservative figures such as Rick Santorum and Sarah Palin to the.
There is a national title -- going on.
That the entrenched.
Ignores that their parent.
Already gearing up for a July 31 run off Dewhurst and heal the state pride in suggested Washington conservatives shouldn't mess with Texas -- The Republican Party -- do is alive and well in Texas.
We're we're having a primary contest.
I'm just merely saying would have mr.
And I do conservative.
On the democratic side in El Paso eight term congressman Sylvester -- campaign on his Washington connections including endorsements from President Obama.
-- former President Bill Clinton who campaigned for him.
Former El Paso city councilman bill O -- defined Reyes -- over the hill out of touch and argued it's time for a change.
With races lost seven members of congress have been defeated in primaries so far.
Which is the most in a decade and more are guaranteed with a member vs member races still to come.
House democratic leader Nancy Pelosi expressed sadness for Reyes but said there isn't an anti incumbent wave.
-- -- to outsider upsets in taxes experts predict there will be anxiety heading into November.
I think that in the fall what we're gonna see is not a generalized anti incumbent feeling I think we're gonna see a feeling against incumbents of one party or the other -- Party lines are going to prevail.
Brown says his latest upsets point to a battle generations Dewhurst is in his sixties while cruises in his forties and the younger candidates offer voters energy and someone who can potentially service state.
For thirty years or more -- on this with the panel Mike thank you.
Nowhere is fighting to hang on to congress.
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