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As I was reading "Gwendy's Button Box Trilogy Book 3" by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar, I came across the sentences below.

The cheers and applause redouble. Someone yells, “Gwendy for President!” A few others take up the call, but not that many. She’s popular, but not that popular, especially not in Florida, which went red (again) in the last general election.

I didn't understand the part "went red" in this context.
Could you rephrase it in another way?

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As I was reading "Gwendy's Button Box Trilogy Book 3" by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar, I came across the sentences below.

The cheers and applause redouble. Someone yells, “Gwendy for President!” A few others take up the call, but not that many. She’s popular, but not that popular, especially not in Florida, which went red (again) in the last general election.

I didn't understand the part "went red" in this context.
Could you rephrase it in another way?
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