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The state I'm in

Politically, Massachusetts is really 10 states, not one.

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A color-coded map of how Mass. voted statewide in three recent governor's races.
By Robert David Sullivan
June 4, 2006

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DESPITE ITS CONSISTENT blue hue on presidential election maps, the political geography of Massachusetts has been remarkably unpredictable during the past few decades. Indeed, the state has often produced a fun-house version of national politics, with liberal Republicans thriving in bohemian towns and conservative Democrats running strongly in family-oriented suburbs. (Full article: 1958 words)

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