Despite its culturally conservative character and populace of white, blue-collar voters, West Virginia has proven a tough nut to crack for Republicans outside of presidential races.
Democratic stances on culture and coal proved insurmountable for Al Gore, John Kerry, and Barack Obama, but most of West Virginia’s own Democrats are adept at distancing themselves from the national party when needed.
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