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« on: August 27, 2021, 11:45:58 AM »

Virginia's voting record is very easily divided into 3 distinct phases. The first was from 1789 to 1820 where it merely voted for the Virginian regardless of party. This phase came to an end in 1824 when no Virginian ran. The second phase was from 1828 to 1948 where it voted for the Democrat all but 3 time (in 1860 when the Democrats had a schism, in 1872 when the carpetbaggers were in control, and in 1932 due mainly to Smith's Catholicism). This phase came to an end with the Eisenhower elections. The third and current phase began in 1952, since then it has voted Republican every time except 1964. Based on how infrequently Virginia shifts loyalties, I would say the Republicans are safe here for a few more elections.

You mean 1928, when Hoover won Virginia by 8 points. In 1932  FDR was the Democratic nominee (though Smith was interested in the nomination in 1932 as well) and trounced Hoover in Virginia, winning by 38 points and carrying all but one county/city.
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