For a number of years now, North and South Dakota have been political oddities: basically Republican states with almost entirely Democratic congressional delegations. It’s not quite as if Massachusetts suddenly sent only Republicans to Congress — Massachusetts has a much bigger delegation and is more of a one-party state — but it’s close. Kent Conrad’s retirement is the latest sign the Dakotas’ congressional representation will look more like the state’s partisan alignment for the foreseeable future.
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