(Manassas, Virginia) Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com, issued the following statement, regarding the Republican primary results in Colorado and Connecticut:
"In Tuesday's Republican Senate primary elections in Colorado and Connecticut, the voters favored candidates who are unfettered to Washington Republicans.
"If elected in November, Ken Buck and Linda McMahon will increase the members of the small government constitutional caucus in the U.S. Senate.
"Republican primary voters are continuing to move the Republican Party significantly to the right. The 2011-12 Congress is likely to be the most conservative ever.
"Thanks to President Obama, Speaker Pelosi, and Majority Leader Reid, the conservative movement has been re-launched stronger than even in the Reagan years."
John Gizzi: Colorado Voters Pick Tea Party Conservatives
Human Events -- Conservative political guru John Gizzi provides his take on yesterday's election results, particularly highlighting Colorado's Republican contests where conservative grassroots challengers swept the state, demonstrating once again the power of the Tea Parties to move the GOP to the right. Gizzi also touches on the too-close-to-call gubernatorial run-off in Georgia as well as the results in Connecticut and Minnesota, and says it's shaping up to be a year where voters will certainly have choices between two ideological extremes in most places.
Boat-rocker Ken Buck wins bruising GOP primary in Colorado U.S. Senate race -- Greeley Tribune
Pat Buchanan: Not judicial activism -- judicial tyranny -- World Net Daily
Texas GOP set to defy RNC on early primary -- Washington Times
Big Government Republicans Rove and Gillespie say Republicans have a shot at winning control of the Senate this year -- Hot Air
Christie and Daniels: The Yin and Yang of a New Republicanism -- Pajamas Media
Tea Party sees national role for Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann -- Daily Caller
Black Tea Partiers Defend Tea Party Express -- The New American
Stealth Castle sneaks into GOP meeting in Delaware's most conservative county -- Washington Examiner
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