Dr. Pitney on Clinton, Obama, and Local Elections

From Will Bigham’s article in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin:

Elections will be held this year in 15 local districts, but according to a political analyst, gerrymandered district boundaries make it unlikely that any local district will change party hands.

“If we get to the (presidential) election and it’s a real landslide for either Clinton or Obama, then it might shift,” said Jack Pitney, government professor at Claremont McKenna College. “… But right now it doesn’t look like there’s going to be any partisan turnover.”

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