Tea party challengers face uphill battle in finding lawyers needed to win

For tea party challengers, running against establishment candidates doesn’t just mean bucking the ideological status quo. It also often means shunning the institutional and organizational conventions that have propelled candidates to victory for decades. Perhaps there is no better example of the price of engagement for these candidates than in Mississippi, where tea party challenger Chris McDaniel has not officially conceded his race and accused the incumbent, six-term Sen. Thad Cochran of electoral foul play.

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