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The is the seventh in my occasional series on flipping congressional districts from a data-and-spreadsheet point of view.  In the previous articles I talked about sources of election data, unopposed districts, voter participation, a metric for the cost of flipping a district, lack of interest from the GOP, unopposed districts in light of the cost […]

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