• Trump's campaign team doesn't see a path to victory without North Carolina, and they're not entirely wrong

    5 days ago - By Business Insider

    Trump speaks at a Make America Great event in North Carolina.
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    During a week of Supreme Court hearings and town halls, both presidential candidates spent time in North Carolina to win over undecided voters.
    The state holds 15 seats in the electoral college.
    In the 2016 presidential election, President Donald Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by 3.7 percentage points.
    This year, however, former Vice President Joe Biden is leading Trump by 4 percentage points among likely voters, according to recent polling.
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