Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell addresses his supporters following his victory in the GOP primary Tuesday. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

May 21 (Bloomberg) — The Tea Party is pretty much over for the 2014 midterm elections, with the limited-government movement losing four of yesterday’s most closely watched races in Republican primaries from Georgia to Idaho.

In its power struggle with the Republican Party’s business- oriented wing, the Tea Party has now captured just one U.S. Senate nomination this year, for an open seat in Nebraska, and has lost any momentum it may have had going into the final, high-profile primary, a Mississippi challenge to Senator Thad Cochran on June 3.

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