Politics Counts: Why Texas Could Flip Quickly From Red to Blue
Dante Chinni writes Politics Counts every Friday. Mr. Chinni is the director of the American Communities Project at American University , which examines different types of communities across the U.S. The Lone Star State is a Republican Party stronghold, and also is home to a growing number of Hispanics, who tend to vote Democratic, as 2012 showed .
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#1 Mar 7, 2014
Yeah I dont think so, not yet anyway.
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