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Nyvin
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« on: October 11, 2017, 09:39:58 am »

Establishment states would be the larger states that can have the biggest influence, like California and New York for Democrats, and Texas and Ohio for Republicans.

That's why you see so many congressional leaders from those states, that's also where a lot of the money comes from as well for both parties.  

The populist states would be the smaller states where grassroots connections and local ideas are a bigger issue.
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