Charlie Cook: the GOP Keeps Getting Whiter

March 2013
Moderate Voice;03/15/2013, p3
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The article presents author's comments on the Republican Party that won 48 percent of votes for the U.S. Congress House in the U.S. It focuses on the desires of Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Tea Party movement and talk shows to re-take the White House in Washington, D.C. It mentions that the Republican have minority voters from their own district.


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