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Half of Presidential Campaign Is in Only 4 States

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The map shows the number of campaign events in each state between the nominating conventions and the first debat

Half (77 of 153) of the presidential and vice-presidential campaign events between the nominating conventions and the first debate have been in just 4 states (Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio). 

A National Popular Vote movement is more than halfway to eliminating the winner-take-all system that allows presidents to be elected with less than the majority of votes, as happened in 2000.

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