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Steven Bryan: Sarah Palin’s ‘Take Back the 20′ PAC scores a bull’s-eye

Posted by joshpainter on November 4, 2010

From Associated Content’s Steven Bryan:

During the 2010 midterm elections, Sarah Palin went hunting for Democrats and nearly bagged her limit.

“Take Back the 20,” Palin’s political action committee, targeted 20 congressional districts across the country that John McCain carried in 2008 but had Democratic representatives in Congress.

The results… are eye-opening. Palin succeeded in 18 of 20 districts, losing in West Virginia’s 3rd House District. At this time, the race in Arizona’s 8th House District is too close to call.

The 18 Republican winners unseated freshman politicians, congressional veterans and even House Budget Committee Chairman John Spratt.

The list of the “Take Back the 20” candidates Gov. Palin endorsed and how they did in the 2010 midterm elections is here.

– JP

Cross-posted from Texas for Sarah Palin

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