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  "Red states" and "blue states" (search mode)
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« on: July 25, 2005, 12:23:57 am »

it is also important to note that the 'bluest of the blue' states: vermont, massachusetts, rhode island, hawaii, and connecticut, all have gop governors.

meanwhile democrats hold the governors office in north carolina, wyoming, montana. tennessee, virginia

They're less politically polarizing than President. BTW, no one tell Romney that when the state House and Senate are well over 2/3rds Democratic, that means he has no power.
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