From the York Daily Record:
At first glance, Tuesday’s primary went badly for York County’s contingent of the Tea Party.
Most of the candidates they backed — for local congressman, governor, lieutenant governor and two statehouse seats — took a beating from the Republican mainstream they’d identified as the enemy.
But they also managed to get a majority on the county’s delegation to the state Republican committee.
Lee Ann Burkholder is one of those new state committee members. She said they’ve taken the first steps toward a strategy that will eventually give the Tea Party a far more powerful position within the Pennsylvania Republican Party, and within state politics as a whole.
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