Out here: Recognizing partisan reality in county races
Recently, I wrote that Whiteside County voters tend to choose Republicans for down-ballot races.
Sure, the county supported Barack Obama for president last time around. But that’s a high-profile race. Voters pay attention.
For low-profile contests, voters often go with their party affiliations. That’s the case all over the country.
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