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Lessons for both parties in Virginia and New Jersey results

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In an August Washington Examiner column, I argued that this year’s gubernatorial elections in New Jersey and Virginia would have little precedential significance, unlike some other off-year elections in those states. Boiled down, my argument was that in New Jersey you had a governor who could not lose, and in Virginia you had two gubernatorial candidates who could not win. Now the results are...

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