from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Occurring or extending throughout a state.
- adverb Throughout a state.
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Happeningin or affectingan entire state(political subdivision of a federal union).
- adjective Happening in or affecting an entire
- adverb Throughout a
state(political subdivision of a federal union).
- adverb Throughout a
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- adjective occurring or extending throughout a state
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The effect could be partially mitigated in statewide races, since Obama might help with turnout from Democrat strongholds that are never in themselves competitive.
Republican candidates have shown a strong ability to garner Democratic votes in statewide races, said University of Kentucky political science professor Donald Gross.
Columbus, Ohio is now overwhelmingly Democratic in statewide and local races, and if you add up the votes democrats win comparable margins in congressional and legislative races as well.
The effect could be partially mitigated in statewide races, since Obama might help with turnoutfrom Democrat strongholds that are never in themselves competitive.
These states have had huge growth in statewide Democratic voting from 2002-2008, with very marginal growth in Democratic representation.
I'd love to see him come back again statewide - a lot of the crap he had to put up with in 2001 wouldn't fly anymore with the internet engaged and watching.
Brunner trails Fisher in statewide polling and has struggled to raise money since announcing her candidacy.
The survey .... taken by Klan members in the beer section of Piggly Wiggly stores statewide is as accurate as can be expected.
However, in statewide races, Democrats have enjoyed major structural and institutional advantages dating back to the end of Reconstruction.
The black vote is, however, important in statewide races, and that is good news for Barbara Boxer, Patty Murray, Harry Reid and that guy in Illinois with the long name.