To many political strategists, pundits and observers, the results of yesterday’s primary elections may offer key insights to voter behavior in November’s midterm elections. Did yesterday’s results challenge the popular notion that the 2010 elections will be a correction to the Democratic majority in both the House and the Senate? Or was there even bigger surprises in the form of viable, Tea Party candidate?
To answer those questions we speak with Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich and political analyst David Frum. Formerly a speechwriter for President George W. Bush, David now edits the Frum Forum, a website dedicated to the modernization and renewal of the conservative movement.