The typcially Republican states of Alaska and Montana might just be the last outposts of elastic unpredictability in America.
Browsing: Swing States
To a casual observer of American politics, it might be confusing what constitutes a “battleground state” in a presidential election. For instance, in the most recent presidential election, a state might have voted one way by as much as double-digits, but pundits talk as if it might vote the other way in the next. Why would the state in question be treated as competitive?