This NOOK book analyzes the battleground states in recent presidential politics focusing on how the winning candidates' electoral vote total was a reflection of swing state arithmetic in the last three presidential elections. In addition, it takes into account the changes in the electoral map from 2008 to 2012, prioritizes swing states according to their electoral vote totals as well as the margin of victory, the changes in the political landscape and demographics in key swing states.
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About the Author
John Barry Kotch was Foreign Policy Coordinator for the Jimmy Carter Presidential campaign and later served as a special assistant and consultant in the State Department. He also served as Korea Coordinator for Americans Overseas for Kerry. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Columbia University.