Swing State


Donald Trump Leads In New Hampshire Midnight Voting

Donald Trump came out ahead of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton with 32 votes to Clinton’s 25 between the Dixville Notch, Hart’s Location and Millsfield communities of the New England region state.


McAuliffe Gives 60,000 Felons Voting Rights in Swing State Virginia

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has illegally granted voting rights to 60,000 convicted felons in the key swing state of Virginia, a move that could give Hillary Clinton a victory in that state—and possibly the White House—unless supporters of Donald Trump get out to the polls on Election Day.

Jerry Brown (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

Jerry Brown Stumps for Hillary Clinton in Colorado

California Gov. Jerry Brown is campaigning for Hillary Clinton in the swing state of Colorado, telling voters there that they can make the difference in the 2016 presidential election.

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Nevada Early Vote a Warning Sign for Trump

Reports from Nevada on Saturday of heavy Democratic turnout in early voting, and heavy Latino turnout in particular, pose significant challenges to Donald Trump’s ambitions of winning the state — and the presidency.

Trump supporter (Jeff Swensen / Getty)

Most Swing States Suffering Bigger Income Losses

A new report suggests that two-thirds of the 13 presidential election swing states are suffering worse income losses than the national average under President Barack Obama. That, in turn, suggests the 2016 election could become a middle-class revolt.


Poll: No Clear GOP Front Runner in Key Swing States

“With so many Republican candidates, there is no clear leader in these key swing states in the race for the 2016 presidential nomination,” says Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac Poll. The poll focused on three states – Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania – because “since 1960 no candidate has won the presidential race without taking at least two of these three states.”