It has long been said that cultural and political trends start at the coasts and eventually meet in Springfield, Missouri. If so, the Democrats need not despair because New England, with the exception of New Hampshire, and California bucked the GOP trend.
This morning, at The New Republic, Peter Schrag argues that California will increasingly set the model for a more multi-cultural, and specifically Latino-dominated, politics.
From his lips to God's ears.
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