"There are 25 states in which the state legislatures and governorships are now controlled by Republicans, and two states with executive/legislative divides in which there are Republican legislative majorities large enough to override a veto from the Democratic governor. Sixty-eight of the country’s 98 partisan state legislative chambers are Republican-run.
There are only four states with Democratic governors and legislatures; it is true that these include one of our most populous states (California), but the majority of Americans live in states in which there are Republican trifectas or veto-proof legislative majorities.
Two-thirds of the nation’s governors are Republicans; more than two-thirds of our state legislative houses are under Republican control. Republicans control both houses of Congress and have just won the presidency."
Democrats do control the dean of students’ office at Oberlin.
And Democrats have responded to their recent electoral defeat with riots, arson, and conspiracy theories. Not a good way to woo the public. National Review