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  60% R state bordering 60% D state (search mode)
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mileslunn
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« on: November 19, 2012, 08:43:12 pm »

Although this is about those that have occurred, I could see a couple in the future.  Washington or Oregon vs. Idaho in a strong Democrat year; New Mexico vs. Oklahoma if the GOP continues to perform poorly amongst Latinos; and Kentucky vs. Illinois as in the last two elections the GOP was about 20 points higher in Kentucky than Illinois and likewise the Democrats 20 points higher in Illinois so under the perfect circumstances, i.e the third party vote is practically non-existent, the GOP barely gets over 60% in Kentucky while the Dems barely get over 60% in Illinois. 
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