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« on: October 13, 2016, 10:29:35 pm »

Toss-up Texas.   Smiley

Lol, not quite.  Trump will probably win the state in the end, but the county map will look apocalyptic for the GOP.

Actually, in terms of simple D-R counties, the TX county map would change remarkably little compared to 2008/2012 (assuming a very loose uniform swing). It'd mainly be a case of county margins either expanding or contracting.
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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2016, 03:17:55 am »

Clinton should forget about Arizona and Georgia and just go all in on Texas imo

Not a terrible idea, actually.  Is Clinton spending any money in Texas?

I don't think she has any infrastructure there, period.

To be fair, she doesn't have any real infrastructure in AZ & GA either. The perpetual "Oh my God we might flirt with [GA/AZ/TX]" shtick is getting old for those of us in these states and who have hope. They're basically just issuing press releases and leaking to the press in the hopes they'll force Republicans to invest more in these states and make their spend more effective in the battlegrounds.
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