Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the projected winner of Georgia and Virginia.
Former President Jimmy Carter’s state went for Hillary Clinton in an election that shattered the previous 2008 turnout, with Republicans making up a “sizeable majority” according to officials. Georgia is a state that requires photo voter ID, which tends to hamper Democratic turnout.
A 73-year-old real estate agent Savannah, Georgia resident told the Savannah Morning News that her decision to vote for Hillary Clinton was an easy one.
Susan Myers says her decision to vote for Hillary Clinton was an easy one.
Myers, who voted Tuesday in Savannah’s downtown historic district, says Clinton has the intelligence and experience to be president. Plus, she said: “I think we need more women in politics.”
Both of these states are states that Clinton lost to President Barack Obama in 2008, so this is a good continuation of Hillary Clinton’s Southern Storm.
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