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Why Republicans Kept The House After Losing Popular Vote In 2012

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REPUBLICANS 2012
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One of the most striking aspects of the 2012 elections is that Republicans won their third-largest House majority since the late 1920s while losing the popular vote. Pundits have largely coalesced around a single explanation for this: GOP control of redistricting.

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