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    Default PA legislature.

    So we know where the blue pockets are in PA, with the rest of the PA being red.

    What are the chances of the legislature ever going to the left with all the red in the middle?
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    if put to a vote during elections.. damn good with all the heavy left population in the urban areas

    also look at blueness in Harrisburg.. more and more Rhinos trying to extend their career as thieves..

    Conservatives need to wake up and realize that our inaction during elections is pushing us in the direction that NY and NJ have landed

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    So we know where the blue pockets are in PA, with the rest of the PA being red.

    What are the chances of the legislature ever going to the left with all the red in the middle?
    Just superimpose a map of the USA atop a map of PA and you'll have it.

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    https://www.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS...=H&rc_nbr=1682.
    This was the vote count the last time we had any major pro gun legislation come to the floor. It was the enhanced preemption law. Clearly a bipartisan majority for a pro-gun bill. The problem is getting them to the floor

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    With the growth of metro areas including the suburbs, and ex-burbs which are now all BLUE, our legislature will eventually go Democrat majority. It is only a matter of time that these metro areas overwhelm the rest of the state due to their population. States don't have an Electoral College. Geography doesn't matter. The scary thing is that this is happening nationally in every state that has larger metro areas, or the burbs of metro areas.

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    VA is downright terrifying too. 21-19 majority R in Senate, 51-49 majority R in House of Delegates, w/ Dem Governor and Senators. Not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckengr View Post
    VA is downright terrifying too. 21-19 majority R in Senate, 51-49 majority R in House of Delegates, w/ Dem Governor and Senators. Not good.
    I think at this point it's a big race to the bottom between OR, WA, MN, FL, NV, ME, VA, and us. NH went full blue in November so I guess they could be added to the list too.

    Of course if Dems sweep at a federal level in 2020 I guarantee we are going to see a federal AWB and all kinds of other bills passed before the end of 2021.

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