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The Federal Elections Commission released findings Wednesday, analyzing filings for congressional and presidential campaign spending during the 2012 presidential election.
In twelve of the state’s sixteen districts, or three-quarters of Ohio’s representation in the House, Republicans won in apparent landslides, with Democrats winning their districts by suspiciously impressive numbers as well.
On Friday, Gallup released the results of a survey that showed a significant gender gap in voter preference during the presidential election. In fact, the gender gap in 2012 was the largest in the history of the polling agency.