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red state

In U.S. general elections, a state that votes by majority for candidates belonging to the Republican Party. This is a firmly entrenched red state, so Democratic campaigners don't waste a whole lot of time or money trying to persuade us to vote for them.
See also: red, state
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We are a red state, a solid red state," Dewhurst said.
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