Politics & Government

May 4, 2010 9:32 PM

Insiders in 3 Senate primaries face few, but testy voters

Insiders struggled to win primaries Tuesday against outsider challenges, an early test of just how angry voters are at the political establishment. The voting came in Indiana, North Carolina and Ohio, three states President Barack Obama won in 2008 and potentially pivotal November battlegrounds for control of the Senate.

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