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On the color-coded maps of TV political pundits, Virginia is now a “blue” Democratic state, but it still has a solidly “red” Republican half in Southwest Virginia.
But more counties doesn’t equal more votes — something Mitt Romney and George Allen discovered on Election Night.
Despite the Republican sweep of the Twin Counties and dominance in Southwest Virginia, presidential candidate Mitt Romney could not overcome the Democratic influence in the more populous eastern and northern parts of the state.
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