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Slate's Swingers: Pennsylvania, the Keystone State

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Slate's Swingers: Pennsylvania, the Keystone State

Slate's Swingers: Pennsylvania, the Keystone State

Slate's Swingers: Pennsylvania, the Keystone State

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Slate contributor Bill Gifford speaks with NPR's Noah Adams about the way the state of Pennsylvania might swing in the upcoming presidential election. It's the latest installment in the Day to Day and Slate series profiling the most contested states in this election season.

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