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THE MOVEMENT

Tea Party brews mixed results

Winners now face challenge of governing

Tea Party favorite Rand Paul, Kentucky’s Republican candidate for the US Senate, easily won. He voted with his wife, Kelley. Tea Party favorite Rand Paul, Kentucky’s Republican candidate for the US Senate, easily won. He voted with his wife, Kelley. (Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
By Mark Arsenault and Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / November 3, 2010

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After running for months against the Washington ruling establishment, a host of Tea Party-backed candidates won election yesterday and promptly faced the challenge of transitioning from a boisterous political campaign to finding common ground in Congress to deal with a massive debt they vowed to control. (Full article: 1004 words)

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