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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jamie Henn
"If the Democrats look at this the other way, they get very little out of approving Keystone," Mr. Henn said. "Big oil is still going to spend mostly for Republicans and spend against them, and they're going to lose a lot. They're going to lose a lot of enthusiasm from young voters."
Mr. Henn said Democrats need to consider that this support is much lower among their party's key constituencies such as younger voters and urbanites.