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Hillary Clinton can make inroads in red states for the first time for Democrats since the 1990s

In one of the more unconventional election cycles in recent memory, the 2016 electoral map may look quite different from previous maps, with a few traditional red states perhaps turning blue. Hillary Clinton may be a surprise contender in states that haven’t voted for a Democrat in decades,...
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