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Reply #2: The NY State Senate went narrowly Repulican. Had Martins lost, it would have been 50/50. [View All]

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Bill Bored Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-14-11 04:23 AM
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2. The NY State Senate went narrowly Repulican. Had Martins lost, it would have been 50/50.
Edited on Fri Jan-14-11 04:27 AM by Bill Bored
Some Repubs caved, but so did the Dems in other close races.

New Yorkers have been brainwashed into accepting Florida-style elections. We don't even try to count the undervotes. :crazy:
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