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The '''Redskins Rule''' is a proposed predictor of the Presidential election. It holds that if the [[Washington Redskins]] win their last home game before the day of the election, the incumbent party will stay in power. The rule has been correct in every year except [[United_States_presidential_election,_2004|2004]], where the Redskins lost, but the incumbent party remained in power. Some have argued that since [[George W. Bush]] did not win the popular vote in [[United_States_presidential_election,_2000|2000]], a variant of the rule will still stand.
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The '''Redskins Rule''' is a proposed predictor of the Presidential election. It holds that if the [[Washington Redskins]] win their last home game before the day of the election, the incumbent party will stay in power. The rule has been correct in every year since 1940 except [[United States presidential election, 2004|2004]], where the Redskins lost, but the incumbent party remained in power. Some have argued that since [[George W. Bush]] did not win the popular vote in [[United States presidential election, 2000|2000]], a variant of the rule will still stand.
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Latest revision as of 01:34, 12 July 2016

The Redskins Rule is a proposed predictor of the Presidential election. It holds that if the Washington Redskins win their last home game before the day of the election, the incumbent party will stay in power. The rule has been correct in every year since 1940 except 2004, where the Redskins lost, but the incumbent party remained in power. Some have argued that since George W. Bush did not win the popular vote in 2000, a variant of the rule will still stand.