Why is Wyoming pre-dominantly a Repub...

Why is Wyoming pre-dominantly a Republican State?

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SNJ

Arendal, Norway

#1 Jan 22, 2013
It does not make sense to me that a state with only some 560,000
citizens - a population I expected would be of average, or above average, intelligence....being pre-dominantly Republican.
Intelligent people normally value a society that is inclusive in the sense that people feel responsible for the society, each other, equality, and human rights for all who live in it.
Republicans seem to me not to be valueing all this and at times they even seem being more interested in Tea-partying than in their fellow citizens and their welfare - in particular those citizens who do not vote Republican.....
How come Wyoming? Wyoming seems to be such a beautiful and spectacular state....and being even the first state in the USA that "granted" voting rights to women (already in 1869)...and moreover the first state to elect a female governor (1924)!
Let me hear from you misleaded Republican people of Wyoming...
provided of course that the reasons for you being Republicans is
not that you have all turned evil...

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