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How Donald Trump redrew the political map

Feb 3, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

Democrats held the congressional district that runs across Ohio's southeastern border for more than a decade until 2010. That year, Republicans snagged the 6th district seat, and by the next election, they redrew the boundaries to make it a little safer for GOP Rep. Bill Johnson.

On Election Day 2016, this former swing district went for Donald Trump by more than 42 points - 69 percent to 27 percent - marking the single biggest pro-Republican shift in the country in the Year of Trump. Trum

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