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Old 10-05-2019, 05:10 PM
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1. Structurally their strength in rural states and districts amplified their power.

2. They donít have to win other demographics. Just keep the overwhelming support they have in the ones they currently do so well in and do less poorly in other ones. A post-Trump GOP can make inroads into groups that the current GOP does poorly in within a few cycles.
Also, voters naturally get tired of one party after that party's been in place for 8 or 12 years. It doesn't matter how well Team Red or Team Blue do during those years when they hold the White House, once eight years have gone by, voters itch for change.