Last night, Newark Mayor Cory Booker won the Democratic Party's nomination for U.S. Senate. But the election is noteworthy for another reason, it was the first major election in which the NSA spying programs were raised as issue. Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) attacked Booker for supporting the NSA programs, and although Holt placed a distant third in the race, recent national polling suggests the NSA issue will linger around electoral politics for quite some time. RT Political Commentator Sam Sacks reports.