Republican incumbents may find their enthusiasm for Citizens United fading as tea party activists go after their seats in an effort to pull the Republican Party further to the right.
On The Money: Campaign Cash Fueling GOP Civil War
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February 6, 2014

Via Moyers & Company:

An unexpected legacy of Citizens United: The GOP’s intra-party war —> Many conservatives cheered the 2010 Citizens United decision as a “First Amendment triumph,” as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) put it. But now some Republican incumbents may find their enthusiasm fading as tea party activists go after their seats in an effort to pull the Republican Party further to the right. According to Washington Post reporters Matea Gold and Dan Keating, the Club for Growth has Rep. Mike Simpson (R-ID) and Sen. Thad Cochran (R-MS) in its sights, and the Senate Conservatives Fund ...

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