After months of campaigning, rhetoric, and public appearances, it looks like the needle is swinging in Donald Trump’s favor.
Despite a complicit media, who is working overtime to help the corrupt candidate, it appears Hillary can’t hold her lead in long-time democrat states.
I guess the many scandals associated with the woman, from Benghazi to her illegal email server, to the Clinton Foundation and her health, have done enough damage even among liberal voters. People are losing confidence in the woman, who represents everything wrong in politics.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is gaining ground in Colorado and Maine on Hillary Clinton, according to polls released on the eve of the first presidential debate.
Statewide, Clinton leads Trump by only three percent, according to a Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram poll, which has Clinton leading Trump 40 percent to 37 percent in a four-way matchup including Libertarian and Green Party candidates Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.
In Maine’s first congressional district, Clinton leads Trump 50 percent to 28 percent. But in Maine’s second congressional district, Trump leads Clinton 48 percent to 34 percent. Only 59 percent polled said they had “definitely” decided who they’re voting for as president. The poll’s margin of error statewide is plus or minus four percent.
Gains in Maine are shocking enough, but with Trump gaining steam in Colorado, the political map might be completely rewritten in this election.
In the critical swing state of Colorado, Clinton is eking out a tiny lead of only one and a half percent over Trump in RealClearPolitic’s polling average in a four-way race, 40.8 percent to 39.3 percent.
We’ve already mentioned how long-time blue states are starting to show red, as more support grows for Trump. Even states like Pennsylvania are starting to slide.
If the trends continue, especially after the debates, we might be looking as a very different ball field come November.
Hillary might not have very many electoral votes to count.