Swing States

In any presidential election year, the Swing States (also known as Battleground States) are a big deal because they can go either way, democratic or republican. A state like California reliably votes democratic. A state like Alabama reliably votes republican. The swing states are more fluid. North Carolina votes for Obama in one election and Romney in the next.

Swing states explained in 90 seconds
How The Electoral College Works And The Importance Of Battleground States | CNBC
New election map: Ohio, Colorado no longer swing states | Meet The Press | NBC News

News organizations love to talk about swing states, as in this example:

Fox News Poll Shows Biden Leading Trump In Key Battleground States | Craig Melvin | MSNBC

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