‘Fake’ tea party groups need to butt out of New Hampshire says Granite State tea party coalition

Responding to the news that the Tea Party Express is open to endorsing former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown or one of his GOP rivals in the New Hampshire Senate primary, the NHTPC said that “the legitimate grassroots movement does not endorse or raise money for candidates, has not designated any national representation, is not a PAC and has no offices in D.C.”


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