Biden To Lose Key 2024 Election State

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( – President Joe Biden is growing more worried about Georgia, which flipped blue in 2020, as there is a low primary turnout and not a lot of enthusiasm in his base in the state. 

For the first time in decades in the 2020 presidential election, the Democratic candidate managed to beat the Republican presidential candidate in the State. Former President Donald Trump lost in Georgia by less than 12,000 votes during the last cycle, and the latest polls have suggested that the former President is going to have an edge as the two head to a rematch in 2024. 

The Democrats have acknowledged that Biden is going to need to work in order to mobilize voters, especially as the state is expected to play an important role in November. 

Fred Hicks, the Democratic strategist in Atlanta argued that this was bad news for the Democrats in the state as there was a gap in how enthusiastic the Democratic and Republican bases are. He added that the question for Democrats is not just related to who they will vote for in November but also to whether or not they are going to vote.

Last week Biden easily won the primary in the state with 95 percent of the vote, however, the overall turnout in the race was under 290,000 voters. 

On the Republican side, Trump had scored around 85 percent of the votes, but the voter turnout was much higher at close to 590,000 ended up voting in the Republican primary race. However, many strategists have argued that the primary election is not an indication of how Georgians are going to be voting in the general election. 

In 2016 voter turnout had been key in the state when Trump had won it. However, in 2020 he had lost to Biden by only one-quarter of 1 percent of the vote. 

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