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DCCC Argues Redistricting Was a Wash

May 3, 2012
Overall, the median congressional district moved one point toward Republicans, meaning seat 218, the seat Democrats need to win to get to a majority, is more GOP-leaning than it was before redistricting. But the DCCC's breakdown highlights why Democrats haven't thrown up their hands after redistricting. The margins are smaller, but there are still opportunities out there for the minority party.
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