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conservativeleader

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Actually, I wonder if it has anything to do with how divided the primary votes are. I mean...if you dominate in the primaries allowing only a few states at most to go to your same-party competitors, when you switch to the national campaign, you seem to have a strong lead. But if it takes a while to get the nomination locked up whereas the other party is more quick at doing so...they get the advantage. That's what it seems like to me, at least. Any thoughts?

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