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Republican Party Shockingly Struggling to Attract Female Support [Politics]

In 2010, Republicans made big gains in both the US Congress and state legislatures, sailing into office on promises that they'd be the ones to balance the budget largely because of a push from female voters defecting from the left wing. But now, after over a year of non-job creating ladyparts legislation, it seems that in 2012, women will run back into the arms of the Democratic Party.
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