A Fix call-out: The best state-based political dynasties

Politics is often a family affair, and a famous and familiar last name is the equivalent of gold in some states.

There's the Kennedys in Massachusetts, the Longs in Louisiana, the Caseys in Pennsylvania, the Roosevelts in New York and the Tafts in Ohio.

But who are the biggest and best political dynasties in all 50 states?

It's a question we've long been interested in, but this time, we're looking for the best of the best . And we need your help.

Over the course of the next few days, we're asking Fix readers to help us pick the most famous political name/dynasty in all 50 states.

We will be taking nominations both in our comments section and on Twitter, using the hashtag #FixDynasties. Make sure to tell us both the name of the family and the state it's associated with.

A quick note: We know there are a lot of dyansties that span numerous states -- the Rockefellers, the Bushes, the Clintons, the Udalls, etc. -- but for this exercise, we're focusing on the ones that are closely tied to a particular state.

(And remember to focus on some of the smaller states and lesser-known dynasties, where your entry has a better chance at being picked!)

We'll announce the winners on this blog early next week.

So get to it!

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