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Thread: AP: New population count may complicate Obama 2012 bid

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    Re: AP: New population count may complicate Obama 2012 bid

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Absolutely Nevada, New Mexico and even Arizona. Follow the changing demographics.

    You are trying to extrapoloate one election and claim a trend. The acutual results over the course of the last 10 years speak to a much different changing demographic.
    tell it to dina titus, ann kirkpatrick, harry mitchell, john salazar, betsy markey, dennie heck, harry teague, walt minnick, diane denish, terry goddard, rory reid...

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    Re: AP: New population count may complicate Obama 2012 bid

    in new mexico, arizona, nevada and colorado, there were a total of 14 incumbent dems up for reelection on tsunami tuesday

    republicans defeated 6 of them

    in contrast, not one red representative was rousted

    nary a neanderthal was nixed 'tween new orleans and honolulu on nov 2

    in NV3, vegas environs, 16% hispanic, incumbent dina titus was squeaked out by joe heck, 48.2-47.4

    in AZ1, the sprawling eastern 2/3 of the state, very sparse, 16% hispanic, ann kirkpatrick was kicked out by paul gosar, 50.0-43.5

    NM2, harry teague, southern half of the state, 47% hispanic, steve pearce replaced the occupant, 55.4-44.6

    in colorado, john salazar (brother of the interior secty) and betsy markey, in the rural western slope and eastern plains, respectively, were likewise locked out

    the slope is 22% hispanic, the plains 17%

    in SOUTH TEXAS, district 27, corpus christi and brownsville, on the coast, heavily hispanic, 9 term incumbent solomon ortiz was ousted by a gringo, blake farenthold, in a decision so close it came to a recount

    california is the exception, and even way out here on the left coast, the only republican-held office to change hands was the gub

    it is what it is, more history than trend

    The 2010 Results Maps - POLITICO.com

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