The Campaign for Primary Accountability claimed its first victory in a U.S. House Democratic primary Tuesday, with the defeat of Rep. Tim Holden of Pennsylvania.
Tuesday's defeat of eight-term Democratic Rep. Silvestre Reyes of Texas was another victory -- arguably the most surprising one yet -- for the mysterious Campaign for Primary Accountability super PAC. Next up: Charlie Rangel. Read Post
At the outset, nobody thought Rep. Tim Holden, a 20-year Democratic incumbent from Pennsylvania, would have a competitive race in his 2012 bid to keep his seat for yet another term. But that was before the Campaign for Primary Accou... Read Post