Before the Democratic convention in Philadelphia two weeks ago, some Democrats were concerned that whatever magic Hillary Clinton had managed to hang on to up until that point had vanished with the nomination of Donald Trump. Little under a week and a half since Clinton formally accepted her party’s nomination; however, projections show the party likely has little to worry about.
Over the course of Monday morning and early afternoon, polls and projections began showing some worrisome results for Trump: he seemed to have lost his edge in two states that had been reliably Republican in recent cycles. Here are the states in which Clinton looks increasingly competitive but where President Barack Obama lost handily in his 2012 reelection campaign against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. READ MORE OF THIS REPORT
SOURCES: NewsNow/International Business Times