The Road
to the White House

The Electoral College

Ah yes, the electoral college. Not an institution of higher learning, but a devilish, constitutional requirement that determines who wins in a presidential election. The Founders viewed this as an imperfect compromise between electing a president by popular vote and solely giving Congress the power to choose who wins.

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The election will most likely come down to what voters in Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin do on November 3rd. Just because you don't live there (or better yet, if you do), you can have a huge impact on helping these voters make their decision and getting them to the polls on Election Day. All from the comfort of your own home. Join the team.

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  • Arizona

    Why is this a Key State?

    Arizona could give Democrats their best chance to flip a traditionally red state in 2020. Trump won the state in 2016, but 2018 saw massive turnout and big Dem wins.

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  • Florida

    Why is this a Key State?

    Florida delivered razor thin election margins for the past two decades. Winning Florida would mean Democrats would only need to flip one more battleground state.

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  • Michigan

    Why is this a Key State?

    Michigan is where Trump won by the smallest margin of victory in 2016. Democrats flipped eight statewide seats in 2018 and it’s one of our best chances to flip a state in 2020.

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  • North Carolina

    Why is this a Key State?

    North Carolina was unique in 2016, electing Trump along with a Democratic Governor and Attorney General—a sign that we can win swing voters.

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  • Pennsylvania

    Why is this a Key State?

    Trump surprised with a Pennsylvania win in 2016, but Democrats have flipped seats since then and momentum is on our side.

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  • Wisconsin

    Why is this a Key State?

    Trump won Wisconsin by less than one point in 2016, and a Democrat won the governorship by less than one point in 2018 — meaning Wisconsin could be the closest battleground state of all.

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