Swing States: The Southwest

The whole country votes for president, but only a handful of states can really lay claim to deciding the contest. We'll look at swing-state voting, with an emphasis on southwestern states.

Guests:

Jennifer Duffy, analyst with the Cook Political Report

Sen. Pete Dominici (R-NM), Republican senator from New Mexico

Gov. Janet Napolitano, governor of Arizona, Democrat

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