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Californians get out the vote in other states




Citizens vote on Election Day at Fire Station #71 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, on November 6, 2012 in California.
Citizens vote on Election Day at Fire Station #71 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, on November 6, 2012 in California.
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California is in a unique position during presidential elections. 

In presidential elections, it has voted solidly blue state for decades. The means California often has a surplus of Democratic volunteers who want to get out the vote. 

These volunteers may spend their time making calls to neighboring states— or even traveling to knock on doors in Arizona and Nevada—where they can reach undecided or reluctant voters in swing states. 

How is that dynamic impacting the 2016 election?

Joining Take Two to discuss:

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