States that haven’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate in decades suddenly seem up for grabs.
What does this mean for Donald Trump’s campaign? And for the political future of the country’s swing states? David Lightman explains.
The fact that Georgia is in question
Mark Rountree, the president of Landmark Communications Inc., a Republican-leaning polling firm in Alpharetta, Georgia. Georgia, long a sure thing for Republican presidential candidates, might be up for grabs this November.
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