2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden once rattled off Texas as an example of a Republican-held state he believed he could flip in the fall.
Yet with six weeks to go until Election Day, Texas is fading as a so-called “reach” state, with Georgia, Iowa, and Ohio emerging as better pick-up opportunities for Biden on Nov. 3.
The University of Georgia’s Charles Bullock said Biden was performing well in his state. The two-term vice president and 36-year Delaware senator is trailing Trump by single digits, despite not visiting it this general election cycle.
For Bullock, Biden is boosted in Georgia