Google+ Hangout In 50:

Red States vs. Blue States - Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Wyoming.
3:00 | 11/06/12

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This -- theory. Divided and that's even closer now than ever there's this big stereo -- that Vermont is. Very very little about every inning but aren't there are there -- definite. Geographic conservative areas. Boston's a very strong blue area. As you get out into the outskirts of Massachusetts it does become slightly more red. Wyoming's. Traditionally. Red -- -- and where I'm from Wyoming into Tarrant County. Oftentimes is the only -- Democratic portion ST you get -- New York City change of habit we get our route east west Sussex County in -- quite ready. And it comes with a more conservative and if you. It's. -- funny I can come down Zain once eagerly entire countries. -- eight. His little little little bar. And and perhaps the change there.

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