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2014 Election Statistics
DEC 13, 2014

Ten State Senate candidates lost with more votes than Andy Vidak (who won in SD-14) and ten State Senate won with fewer votes than Roger Dickinson (who lost in SD-06).
In the Assembly, 71% of the members won with fewer votes than Tim Sbranti received in his losing campaign for AD-16. Alternatively, 80% of losing Assembly candidates in 2014 received more votes than Miguel Santiago did in his race (he won).
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