In the United States, the state legislature is controlled by the Democrats and Republicans.
However, the Republicans have controlled both houses of the legislature since the 1980s.
In fact, in some states, the legislature is dominated by the Republican Party.
This phenomenon is a phenomenon known as the “partisan state” (the term is derived from the term “party of government” which in this case is the United State).
The term is used in several ways.
The first one is the idea that there is a political party in the state, and that its members control the legislature and govern, often with the help of money and resources.
Another way of using the term is to think of the state as a “party.”
The third is the term partisan.
In this case, the term refers to the two parties, the Democrats, and the Republicans.
This term was coined by political scientist Gary Johnson.
In the United Kingdom, the government is the Conservative Party and the ruling party is the Liberal Party.
This is the party that the Prime Minister is part of.
The last use of the term political party is when talking about the legislature.
This refers to a governing body that includes representatives of all the political parties.
What are the facts?
First, the word “party” refers to political parties in the United Stated.
Second, the concept of the “party state” was first coined by Gary Johnson, a political scientist at the University of Michigan, in the 1980’s.
Johnson and other political scientists have argued that political parties tend to be small in number, which makes them more likely to form coalitions with other parties than to form parties themselves.
Third, the terms “party,” “party members” and “members” refer to the members of a political group.
Fourth, Johnson and other researchers have shown that the political party that is dominant in a state can also be dominant in the country.
Fifth, Johnson argues that there are political parties that have formed to oppose the policies of a single party and that the parties can form coalitional coalitions.
Sixth, the idea of the partisan state has been popularized in the US.
In the US, a state with a majority of Republicans can be described as a partisan state, even though the majority of voters are Democrats.
These definitions of partisan state are different from what we typically hear.
In a state where there are more Democrats, for example, there is less of a “political party.”
For example, the Democratic Party is a powerful political party.
It is a large organization that is in charge of a large part of the US government and has a strong base of voters in many parts of the country and in many different regions.
But it is a Republican Party that has a base in states like California and New York.
The majority of Democrats in California support Democrats, while a significant majority of New York Republicans support Republicans.
Therefore, when a state has a Democratic majority, the parties that control the state government and govern it tend to have a more Democratic majority in the legislature, and in the House of Representatives.
How is it used?
In many states, lawmakers and legislators are appointed by party leaders.
The term “state” in political science is a broad term that covers a number of different things.
For instance, in this example, a majority party can be a majority government or the political leadership of a state.
There are also several kinds of political groups that are part of a given state.
In one sense, the two most common kinds of parties are the Democrats (who represent the state’s Democrats) and the Republican (who represents the state Republican).
The term “partisan” refers not only to a state’s political makeup, but also to the way in which it governs itself.
States can have one or more political parties with varying degrees of power in the legislatures, courts, and courts.
State legislators, for instance, may control the legislative branch of the government, but they can also have control over the judicial branch.
Legislative bodies have also historically been dominated by a single political party (a party that controls the legislature).
This is because the states legislature is composed of state legislators who have to serve a set time period.
Once they leave office, they may not run for office again.
Similarly, a party has to govern the party for the duration of the party’s term.
Finally, parties can have coalition partners in different political groups.
That’s how a coalition is formed.
Is it real?
As far as I know, there are no credible studies on the use of “partisan states.”
However, one study published in Science Magazine in 2008 found that the number of Democrats and independents in state legislatures increased from 7.2% in 1983 to 8.6% in 2012.
If there are two parties in a given political group, the amount of Democrats