September 15, 2010 by USA Post
Delaware Primary, Republican National Senate, John Cornyn, chairman of the Committee (Texas) on Tuesday dodged a commitment to financially support conservative Delaware Christine O’Donnell if he wins Tuesday’s primary in the Senate against Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.).
Asked if the NRSC O’Donnell financial support in the general election if they win the Castle, a popular downtown in Tuesday’s primary, Cornyn said he would not respond until the results are given
“I’m not going to answer that question because it is a hypothetical,” Cornyn said with a smile. “I’ll talk to you about it tomorrow.”
O’Donnell has the support of some leaders Tea Party, and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) and Sen. Jim DeMint (RS.C.), but critics say it would be a weaker candidate than the Castle Newcastle against County Executive Chris Coons, the expected Democratic nominee in November.
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