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jimrtex
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« on: November 07, 2012, 10:38:58 pm »



This assumes that Obama will carry Florida.  Only two states changed, Indiana and North Carolina.   Indiana had voted with Virginia in every election since 1952 (they voted for Dewey and Truman, respectively in 1948), and the two had voted with North Carolina since 1980 (Carter carried North Carolina in 1976).

Virginia and Oklahoma had voted together since 1928, before splitting in 2008.  Oklahoma was Romney's 4th best state in 2012.  Indiana and South Dakota had voted together from 1916 to 2008.
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