A landscaper by trade, Greg Fettig is co-founder of the Indiana tea party group, Hoosiers for a Conservative Senate.
Fettig helped lead the tea party charge that propelled Richard Mourdock over six-term incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar in Indiana’s May 8 Republican primary. That effort led FreedomWorks’ Matt Kibbe to call the tea party activism in the state the “gold standard” in electioneering.
Fettig recently spoke with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas about why Lugar lost, the lessons he learned from the effort that could help other tea party activists, whether Mourdock will be able to win in November and much more.
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