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Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards Wins Re-election in Louisiana

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Bill Clinton's win in the 1992 presidential election marked the creation of the so-called "Blue Wall", 18 states + DC, today worth 242 electoral votes, that voted as a bloc until the 2016 election. Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin voted Republican that year, as did a congressional district in Maine.

It is worth noting that these same locations were worth several more electoral votes in 1992. The clout of these Democratic strongholds is slowly eroding over time as the population continues to shift south and west. 

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Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards Wins Re-election in Louisiana

Defeats GOP nominee Eddie Rispone; margin about 1.5 points with 96% of the vote counted

Louisiana Gubernatorial Election: Overview and Live Results

Incumbent Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards seeks a 2nd term in this deep red state

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Ten Candidates Have Qualified for Next Week's Democratic Debate

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Mark Sanford Suspends Presidential Campaign

The former South Carolina governor had announced a challenge to President Trump in September




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