Shortly summarize, describe the voting patterns over time in the southeastern United States?
The political landscape in the southeastern United States is commonly referred to as "southeastern affairs." Slavery had a major influence on the politics of the southeastern United States, culminating in the Civil War and the continuing enslavement of African-Americans from Restoration until the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Pockets in the southeastern United States operated as "authoritarian enclaves" from Restoration after the Civil War until the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Slavery’s persistence has been attributed to current political views, including ethnic animosity among white Southerners, according to scholars. Because of their consistent vote for Democrats in all elective positions, the district was dubbed the Solid South. As a result, the members of Congress rose through the ranks over many terms, giving them the power of a number of Congressional panels. Following the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the South became more consistently Republican in presidential affairs, while the Northeast became more reliably Democratic. Southern whites switched to the Republican Party as a result of social conservatism, according to studies. Democratic allegiances of white Southerners waned first at the presidential level, then at the state and local levels many decades back.