In order to make significant political progress in November, Democrats set their sights on countries that traditionally favor Republicans.
Whether in the 2020 presidential race or in the House and Senate races, the Liberal Party believes that as the demographic changes, new voters and Republicans have more and more opportunities to vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden many.
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Arizona is a battlefield state and has not voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1952. This year, Arizona has become purple. With the influx of young voters and progressive Latino voters, its largest counties have all gone purple.
In a special election, Democratic challenger Mark Kelly (former NASA astronaut) took the lead against current Republican Senator Martha McSally. If elected, Kelly will become the Democratic Senator Kesten Sinema, who defeated McSally to win her seat in the 201
On Friday, the Associated Press reported that Democrats have taken measures to control one or two houses of the state’s mainly Republican legislature, for the first time in nearly three decades.
Democrats believe that states like Arizona are “working”, but they also see conservative counties like Pinal and Tucson as a major opportunity to pass progressive measures.
Although Governor Doug Ducey is a Republican, the democratic legislature may seriously hinder the Republican agenda. The party will need to obtain a majority of three seats in the Senate and two seats in the House of Representatives.
In neighboring Texas-the pre-coronavirus pandemic Republican stronghold, Democrats have also determined the path to victory.
The true transparent political average puts President Trump one to three percentage points ahead of Biden. Quinnipiac University’s latest polls show that the two are in full swing, accounting for 47% to 47% of possible voters.
As the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, Trump lags behind the Republican congressional candidate in Texas four years ago. It is an understatement to say that voters have not appeared like they are now.
According to the US election plan, 9 million residents of Texas have voted. In 2016, the total voter turnout of the second most populous state in the United States was 8,969,226.
With just three days until Election Day, Trump and Biden are walking the tightrope to 270 electoral college votes to win the office.
With Biden and the Democrats gaining a foothold in Georgia (another red state) and the state that bit Florida, Trump is on the defensive.
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On Friday, the states crossing the rust belt of the Midwest crossed each other, and people in the seventies counted on their predictions to be correct.
Biden and former President Barack Obama will make a joint appearance in Michigan for the first time on Saturday, while Trump will rally Pennsylvania voters in four separate events.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.