Dr. Roger Marshal, second left, and his campaign staff celebrate as they find out that he won McPherson County during a watch party Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, in Great Bend, Kan. Marshall defeated Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp by a 14-point margin, taking down one of the most prominent conservative rebels on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Roger Marshal, second left, and his campaign staff celebrate as they find out that he won McPherson County during a watch party Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, in Great Bend, Kan. Marshall defeated Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp by a 14-point margin, taking down one of the most prominent conservative rebels on Capitol Hill. Travis Morisse AP
Dr. Roger Marshal, second left, and his campaign staff celebrate as they find out that he won McPherson County during a watch party Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, in Great Bend, Kan. Marshall defeated Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp by a 14-point margin, taking down one of the most prominent conservative rebels on Capitol Hill. Travis Morisse AP

How a tea party rebel went down in Kansas

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