After Obama win, Utah 4th highest for racist tweets
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Stewart, R-Utah, reported that the freshmen were a little wide-eyed at the beginning of the week, but a few of their bolder members spoke up more in a private Republican gathering on Thursday.
"It was nice to see everyone get acclimated a little bit," Stewart said.
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