Ap Human Geography Chapter 4 Essay

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1- The State of California currently has 53 Representatives, in the U.S House.
2- The State of California have 39 democrats and 14 republicans in the house of representative.
3- The current Governor of the State of California is Governor Jerry Brown, his political party is the Democratic Party.
4- The current U.S Senators of the State of California are Dianne Feinstein who is a democrat and Barbara Boxer who is a democrat.
5- In the 2000 Presidential election Al Gore carried the state, the popular vote was 5,861,203 for Gore and 4,567,429 for Bush. It was not close, Gore had a large advantage.
6- In the 2004 Presidential election Kerry carried the state, the popular vote was 6,745,485 for Gore and 5,509,826 for Bush. It was not close, Kerry had a large advantage.
7- In the 2008 Presidential election Obama carried the state, the popular vote was 8,274,473 for Obama and 5,011,781 for McCain. It was not close, Obama had a very large advantage.
8- In the 2012 Presidential election Obama carried the state, the popular vote was 7,854,285 for Obama
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13- I describe the State of California as a blue State because in Wikipedia, it shows that it has been carried by the Democrat in all four elections, first in 2000 by Al gore who were a democrat, then by Kerry in 2004, then by Obama for 2 consecutive terms 2008 & 2012, they were all democrats, The State of California have 39 democrats and 14 republicans in the house of representative. That’s why in my opinion I think the state of California is a blue state.
14- A battleground State is another word for swing state, it is where voters are fairly evenly split between Democrats and Republicans. This means that a "battleground state" could give the Democrats their electoral votes in one election cycle, and the Republicans their votes in the
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