Wednesday we challenged your mid-term election insult knowledge from the 2012 season so far. Here are the answers to our insults and injured matchup quiz. Find out if you're a political ace or if you need to brush up on your political punches.
0-3 Oops, I may need to watch Fox News and read more on Foxnews.com
4-7: It may be summer, but I've been keeping an eye on November
8-10: Political prowess
1. The National Republican Senatorial Committee ran an ad calling this candidate a "mob banker" who Al Capone would be proud of.
2. This senate candidate has been called a "crotch-kicker" along with video showing her doing it in a wrestling ring.
3. Critics said voters in one southern state need a real leader instead of this "mudslinging liberal trial lawyer" overly concerned with "political attacks"
4. Democrats gave voters a lesson when they asked "How do you spell hypocrite?" and answered with this candidates last name.
5. After having to correct his resume a few times, this candidate was dubbed a "serial liar" by the opposing party.
6. One well-known politician dubbed this candidate a "huckster" during an ad portraying him as a TV salesman.
7. During a televised debate this candidate was told he needed to put on "his big boy pants" and stop complaining.
8. Two for the price of one: this gubernatorial candidate hit two opponents at once calling them "the apostles of darkness and ignorance" during a campaign stop.
9. In this party-on-party attack, one candidate was referred to as a "career fraudster."
10. Five senate candidates were dubbed the republican "dream team" who should all be "benched." How many can you guess?
1. Alexi Giannoulias, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Illinois
2. Linda McMahon, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Connecticut
3. Jack Conway, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Kentucky
4. Pat Toomey, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania
5. Mark Kirk, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Illinois
6. J.D. Hayworth, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Arizona
7. Nathan Deal, Republican candidate for Georgia Governor
8. Jerry Brown, Democratic candidate for California Governor
9. Rick Scott, Republican candidate for Florida Governor
10, Rob Portman, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Ohio, Carly Fiorina, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from California, Pat Toomey, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania, Kelly Ayotte, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire and Roy Blunt, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate from Missouri