Four states held primary elections ahead of the November midterms. FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
From America's Election Headquarters.
(Roberts) "We knew that when we started nearly a year ago it would not be easy. And it hasn't been. My posse did not flinch."
Three-term Republican Senator Pat Roberts after a bitter primary battle defeats Tea Party backed challenger Dr. Milton Wolf.
In Michigan, establishment Republicans took on incumbent Reps who often sided with the Tea Party. Incumbents Kerry Bentivolio loses. Justin Amash wins.
In Missouri, challenged House incumbents beat underfunded opponents. While voters in Washington State, who casted ballots to replace retiring Republican Rep. Doc Hastings was voted by mail.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.