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The ladies bringing home the votes... as voters hit the polls in 12 states across the country for primary elections.

In Nevada - the tea party candidate -  Sharon Angle - was the big winner. She'll face incumbent Senator Harry Reid in November.

"She's already winning when you look at head to head race and poll numbers. So Harry Reid is in deep trouble. He's number 2 on the list of Senator's who are going to have a real tough time winning their reelection."

Brian Darling - Director of US Senate Relations at the Heritage Foundation speaking with Helen Glover at WHJJ Providence, RI.

In Arkansas -Blanche Lincoln survives and will head to the polls in the fall as the Democrats candidate for Senate. If victorious - it will be Lincoln's third term representing the state.

Carly Fiorina will face Senator Barbara Boxer in California - and republican Meg Whitman will make a run for Governor facing off against former Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr - to replace term limited Governor Arnold Schwartzenegger.

Also churning up some buzz:

Let the drilling begin! ...again!

The Obama administration ready to re-open offshore drilling in shallow waters.

BUT! ...Not until new safety requirements are released...  which the administration says they are working quickly to do.

"Obama's really mismanaging this entire thing here. He's back-peddling on top of regulations he himself put into place. Trying to pretend he's the good guy now - when he could have prevented all of this."

That was Brian Johnson - Federal Affairs Manager of Americans for Tax Reform - speaking with Mike Miller at WIMA in Lima, OH.

Rising outrage and anger in the Gulf - over Obama's recent drilling moratorium - over the loss of jobs and income - was the catalyst in this latest move by the Obama administration.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and this has been your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.