Recent polls have proved the state of Georgia to bleed purple instead of the traditional GOP red. This is just a fancy way of saying Georgia is a battleground, or swing state.

Polls ran by multiple news outlets show that the Presidential Candidates, Donald Trump(GOP) and Hillary Clinton(D) are neck and neck in the Peach State.

Although we won’t know the exact results of the election until tomorrow night, a local expert says that we can expect to see changes on the federal level if Georgia does swing to the other side.

Dr. Trey Hood is a political science professor at the University of Georgia. He says that changing political parties could indeed “spark a change in policy outputs”.

Tune in tomorrow night , November 8, for live results of this historical election.

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by Brandi Patterson


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