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Wyoming's Three Electoral Votes Likely to Stay Reliably Red

Wyoming's solid Republican tendencies face no real Democratic threat come the November general election.

During the March caucuses in Wyoming, Sen. Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney emerged victorious for their respective parties, but the Romney win doesn't mean Sen. John McCain will have any problems capturing the western state's three electoral votes.

The home turf of sitting Vice President Dick Cheney, Wyoming is reliably red and has voted for the Republican presidential candidate in the last ten presidential elections.

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