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Jennicut Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-01-10 09:37 AM
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8. In 2002 it was nothing like it is now in terms of the economy.
Also, 2002 is the biggest anomaly out there, as the party in power usually loses seats during midterms. In 2002, the Repubs gained. Biggest reason? The fear from 9/11. It was one of the most disgusting elections on record. Remember what happened to Max Cleland? It was all about the after effects from 9/11 in the 2002 midterms. Most midterms don't have an issue like a terrorist attack.
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