Swing State Poll Shows Tight Race in OH and PA; Clinton Lead in FL

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Swing State Poll Shows Tight Race in OH and PA; Clinton Lead in FL

New polls from Quinnipiac for three swing states show Trump competitive in two rust belt states, less so in critical state of Florida

Paths to Victory for Clinton and Trump

Two Politico articles discuss what each campaign needs to do to reach 270 electoral votes

Jolly: Rubio Running for Reelection to Senate

The Senator is apparently reversing a decision he made when he chose to run for president; the race is expected to be tight even with the incumbent running.

Updated State Poll Page Features

Polling averages, 'when did it last happen' and the ability to sort the most recent poll in each state

President Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

The endorsement video was retrieved from

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