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Antonio M. Garcia

Since the Republicans are now saying they have a mandate, I'd be interested in knowing how many voters voted for the Republicans (for Senate and House) and how many voted otherwise. How can I find this out what the numbers were?

Moshe Avram

Let's also bear in mind that the GOP has for years pursued the strategy of suppressing turnout except among the base. I can't comment on the suppression tactics they've used this time around but in the past they've engaged in dirty tricks among vulnerable populations -- the elderly, low income folks, etc. -- so that they could not cast their votes. Like Casey Stengel used to say (I think it was Casey Stengel): "Ya can look it up."

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