Two candidates who were viewed as the choice of establishment Washington scored narrow victories in tough primaries Tuesday night. One candidate with ties to Washington, but an outsider aura and the backing of the tea party, won in Colorado. And in Connecticut, a former wrestling executive won a smackdown victory.
In the war of big-name endorsements, President Obama prevailed over former President Clinton. The jury is still out on the divide between Sarah Palin and the NRA.
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