The Ticket Splitter Scourge

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So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

So if Democratic voters had strictly pulled the party lever, Democrats would have controlled the delegation 12 to 6 over Republicans instead of being down 5 to 13.

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