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Do you live in one of the 12 swing states seen as integral to victory in this year’s presidential election cycle? If so, expect a flood of political ads, battling voter registration drives, and campaign visits in the coming months.
Nearly every report about America’s political climate declares that we are in a national state of gridlock. I beg to differ. California may well be in gridlock, where the two parties stand with their feet mired in concrete and merely sway back and forth without giving any ground. But on the national level, only one side has remained in a fixed position throughout the past few