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Could Dems retake Congress?

Jun 8, 2012 By Jean Merl and Richard Simon, MCT News Service

Maybe, but California setup illustrates the hurdles

LOS ANGELES --California's new elections system and redrawn political maps have ...


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Cokeville pictured here in recent action against Shoshoni, is an enigma in Wyoming High School football, petitioning each year to play up a division in Class 1-A 11-man football rather than compete in 6-man. The Panthers, with an enrollment that averages around 30 boys each year, is a playoff contender every season and routinely defeats schools with five times their enrollment. Photo by Randy Tucker

Cokeville pictured here in recent action against Shoshoni, is an enigma in Wyoming High School football, petitioning each year to play up a division in Class 1-A 11-man football rather than compete in 6-man. The Panthers, with an enrollment that averages around 30 boys each year, is a playoff contender every season and routinely defeats schools with five times their enrollment. Photo by Randy Tucker


Cokeville pictured here in recent action against Shoshoni, is an enigma in Wyoming High School football, petitioning each year to play up a division in Class 1-A 11-man football rather than compete in 6-man. The Panthers, with an enrollment that averages around 30 boys each year, is a playoff contender every season and routinely defeats schools with five times their enrollment. Photo by Randy Tucker

Cokeville pictured here in recent action against Shoshoni, is an enigma in Wyoming High School football, petitioning each year to play up a division in Class 1-A 11-man football rather than compete in 6-man. The Panthers, with an enrollment that averages around 30 boys each year, is a playoff contender every season and routinely defeats schools with five times their enrollment. Photo by Randy Tucker

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