Pennsylvania lived up its moniker as “the Keystone State” in regard to Donald Trump’s upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
The political site 270toWin predicts Biden, who was born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, winning the state and the overall election with a tally of 278 Electoral College votes if the election were held now.
But, like 2016, things might not be as they seem.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Democrats currently have an 800,000-registered-voter advantage over Republicans in Pennsylvania, which should bode well for Biden.
However, that total is down from a 936,000-voter lead Democrats enjoyed in 2016, when Trump won the state.
The reason is Republicans are registering voters at a rate five times greater than Democrats.
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