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In America's election headquarters tonight a look at the results of Tuesday's primaries and what famous then he can be derived from -- chief political correspondent Carl Cameron is in Philadelphia where the keystone state is preparing for some new representation in the senate.
In -- the five term US senator by a decisive eight point margin.
Josef -- -- against the democratic establishment in Pennsylvania and Washington including his State's popular governor -- President Obama.
Who both backed Arlen Specter.
-- win floor -- the people.
Well nobody is now -- meant all over the status -- Oh after three controversial decades in Washington including a party switch last year Arlen Specter faced -- anti incumbent anti establishment backlash.
And he knew it.
-- -- -- great privilege.
-- serve the people from -- right.
The Pennsylvania says that campaigned as an outsider.
But he rose -- at rural route thirty years in the navy league before his now two terms in congress here Republican general election rival Pat -- calls suspect -- extreme left liberal.
Was only complaint with the Obama Pelosi agenda is it's not liberal enough serial bailouts of failing companies nationalizing whole industry's.
Spending on a staggering scale unprecedented deficits and debts.
Cap and trade card check and government run health care -- says thanks for all of that.
In Kentucky the GOP establishment backed secretary of state Trey Grayson.
Who was soundly defeated 59 to 35%.
By ophthalmologist and Tea Party champion Rand Paul gave some of the Texas congressman and erstwhile presidential candidate.
I have a message.
A message from the Tea Party him.
Message that is loud and clear and does not mince words.
We've come to take our government back.
Be it the incumbent candidate in Arkansas was actually it's lieutenant governor bill halter.
He fought incumbent senator Blanche Lincoln nearly to a draw 44 to 43%.
1 of the most endangered Democrats in the country she wants everyone to know she's not out of touch for the two will go to a runoff in June.
I agree Washington isn't working.
-- a part of the solution to what's not working in Washington three more weeks.
Two more candidates one choice -- change.
Halter today called senator Lincoln quote cynically dishonest.
Just another example love the incredible anger on the 2010 midterm campaign trail not just between the parties but within -- Carl there was one election as opposed to a primary that took place yesterday republicans' -- there were both sides saying.
About that house race for Pennsylvania's twelfth district.
Well what the Republicans are saying is that they were overconfident -- over -- did then they're disappointed that they weren't able to even come close.
All Mark Critz.
Former aide to the late congressman John Murtha won yesterday going away.
This is a congressional district that's more than 21.
Registered democratic majority over Republicans so the Democrats had an advantage but.
It's also very socially conservative district and the ideal that Tim Burns a businessman and Tea Party activist from the area.
Was going to be able to score -- pick up was very much what Republicans -- looking forward to.
It's not over -- -- fills up the seat for the remainder of -- this term yesterday was also a primary for those two candidates they will face one another again in November.
But the seven point lead that Chris put up yesterday to win the primary is going to be a tough one for timbers to overcome by the time the November election comes around -- Democrats are touting it big time.
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