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  • Democratic Party candidates were consistently elected to local office, increasing the city's ties to the South and its dominant party.New York City-Wikipedia
  • During much of the last half of the 19th century, Chicago's politics were dominated by a growing Democratic Party organization.Chicago-Wikipedia
  • Washington, D.C. is overwhelmingly Democratic, having voted for the Democratic candidate solidly since it was granted electoral votes in 1964.Washington, D.C.-Wikipedia
  • The state's trend towards the Democratic Party and away from the Republican Party can be seen in state elections.California-Wikipedia
  • Three families from Illinois have played particularly prominent roles in the Democratic Party, gaining both statewide and national fame.Illinois-Wikipedia
  • The state's changing demographics may result in a change in its overall political alignment, as a majority population of Black and Hispanic/Latino voters support the Democratic Party.Texas-Wikipedia

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