The Washington Journal continues it's ten day, ten state look at battleground states by taking a closer look at Pennsylvania, with its 20 electoral votes.
President Obama won Pennsylvania in 2008 with 54.7 percent of the vote, and the state leans Democratic due to it's large population centers in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Current polling, aggregated by Real Clear Politics, shows President Obama with a nearly 5 point lead in the state.
Over the course of the battleground states series, we will hear from top political reporters and analysts in top swing states and also talk to key partisans on both sides of the aisle. Among the issues we’ll explore: the political and economic landscape, updates on the presidential race and key Congressional contests, key issues impacting the state, what to watch for on election night and prospects for post-election litigation.