One of the big questions leading up to Tuesday night's election results was, "how will the Tea Party fare?" Tuesday's was the first national election since 'Tea Partier' became a political identity in the spring of 2009. Among the Tea Party wins were U.S. Senate candidates Rand Paul from Kentucky and Marco Rubio from Florida. Tea Party Candidates for U.S. Senate that did not do quite so well were Christine O'Donnell from Delaware and Nevada's Sharron Angle. Two of our public media colleagues who have been covering the races shared their impressions of the Tea Party in their home states of Florida and Nevada. Dan Grech of [WLRN and the Miami Herald](http://www.miamiherald.com/943/) and Mitch Fox of [Vegas PBS](http://www.klvx.org/) give us some local insight.
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