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Redskins Rule

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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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