Unions are the big one they vote biggly and any manufacturing, oil and gas, or coal union that supports Biden deserves to lose everything.If Obama had done even an decent job it's unlikely Trump would have won either.
Right, I've been saying this since the first debate. Undecideds and moderates are already on board with one side, and probably voted early. This is not an election to be trying to sway the moderates, this is an election about energizing your base to get out to vote more than the other side. It is not a typical election by any means.
*edit: there could be some changes yet based on policy though, like unions and oil/gas, but even they have largely decided at this point I'd bet.
Absolutely, I've been one quite often in my life! But I just don't think there are very many left this time around, with how polarized we are in this election cycle. It just doesn't make sense to base a campaign strategy around them at this point, energizing the base is a better return.Undecided voters are likely to vote last. They are far more likely to show up on election day than vote two weeks before.
We just forgetting Wisconsin? Marquette poll last week had it a slim Biden lead within the margin of error and I believe had Hillary up 9 or 10 at this point last election. From what I've seen, I think he takes WI again.We all know that Trump must get Texas, Florida, Ohio and Penn. Will he?
Texas & Ohio? Yes. Done.
Florida and Penn, still up for grabs. I know polls don't matter, but... (big butt)
How does Biden's lead in Florida/Pennsylvania/Michigan compare to 4 years ago vs Killary?
Awesome! Great to hear! I hope Trump does take Wisconsin.We just forgetting Wisconsin? Marquette poll last week had it a slim Biden lead within the margin of error and I believe had Hillary up 9 or 10 at this point last election. From what I've seen, I think he takes WI again.
I know we don't have a ton of electoral votes, but still.
Me too. All three of them!fI keep asking myself that when I drive past a Biden / Harris sign.
There could be no greater indicator than that, that today Harvard is a diploma-mill for the politically appropriate with deep pockets or other selling points... :upeyes: