Tea and Taxes in Delaware's Senate Primary

Monday, September 13, 2010

teapot, black and white (publicenergy/flickr)

As one of the last states to hold primary elections, Delaware has been the focus of a lot of national political attention. In a recent interview with Fox's Sean Hannity, Sarah Palin flexed her political clout and officially endorsed Tea Party Express-backed candidate Christine O’Donnell.  But what does a Palin endorsement mean for GOP Rep. Mike Castle, the veteran Congressman and former Delaware governor, as he bids for the same senate nomination? 

We speak to Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich, who visited Delaware over the weekend, and spoke with some of the people and candidates involved in tomorrow’s primary.


Todd Zwillich

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