Primary Stakes: Tale of Two Super Tuesday States

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The presidential election is about voters’ vision for how the federal government should serve the American people. National Priorities Project’s Primary Stakes series examines how residents of primary states currently rely on assistance from the federal government, and two Super Tuesday states illustrate that support from the federal government—and taxes paid—can vary widely.

In fiscal 2010, the Ohio state government drew 38 percent of its revenues from the federal government.

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