Buses packed with pro-Hillary Clinton volunteers are now being sent to Pennsylvania instead of Ohio, a well-informed source tells The Daily Caller, another sign Democrats are increasingly getting worried Donald Trump could win the Keystone State’s 20 electoral votes.
“Bus loads of Clinton volunteers who were headed to Ohio have been redirected to Pennsylvania instead,” the source said. (RELATED: Free Election Day Uber Rides Being Offered In Philadelphia To Help Hillary Clinton)
In recent days, Democrats have been devoting more resources and attention to the state. On Monday, Clinton will be in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, where she’ll be joined by President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.
Losing Pennsylvania could be devastating to Clinton’s chances. Some polls over the last few months gave Clinton a double-digit lead over Clinton in the state. But the Real Clear Politics polling average in Pennsylvania now shows Clinton up by just 2.4 points.