Is it fair, or even best for the parties, for these two small states to have such amplified importance? Richard Cohen, in the Washington Post, argues not, noting that neither state's GOP rank-and-file is representative of the party as a whole. That's true, but that's true in many states, especially nowadays, when people are self-selecting their communities and making states more polarized.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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