Chris Beford is a senior editor at The Federalist. John Daniel Davidson is politics editor at The Federalist.
Judges who obtained their positions by fraud, according to an indictment, have denied the Trump campaign’s ballot-watchers access, providing crucial unsupervised time to Democrat vote counters.
A week-long trip through these Midwest battleground states talking with ordinary people convinced us the polls aren’t telling the full story.
Once solidly Democratic blue-collar communities in western Wisconsin that broke for Trump four years ago could hold the key to this crucial swing state.
‘There are two kinds of Democrats here: blue-collar Democrats and the sort-of intellectual elite Democrats who obviously didn’t represent the blue-collar Democrats.’
‘Is this the way you solve problems? We’re barely making it with the lockdowns, and now this.’
In a state Trump won by a razor-thin margin in 2016, Michigan might be decided in a handful of counties just now emerging from months of pandemic lockdowns.
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