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—These should be heady times for the GOP as the nation’s governors prepare to gather for their winter meeting in Washington, D.C. Republicans hold 33 governorships, compared with just 16 for Democrats, and the GOP has full control of the legislatures in two-thirds of the states. Democrats sense an opening ahead of the 2018 elections and are taking any opportunity…
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“It starts out small,” the adviser allegedly said. “You think you are going to pay it back.”