Roll Call reports:
A new poll finds Democratic nominee Joe Biden with a narrow lead over President Trump in Georgia, which has not gone for the Democratic presidential candidate in nearly 30 years.
The latest Quinnipiac University survey finds Biden at 50 percent and Trump at 47 percent. Both candidates have near-universal support from within their own parties but independents break for Biden by 9 points in the survey.
Only 2 percent of voters say they could still change their minds. “It was Trump by 5 points in 2016 but it’s a nail biter in 2020,” said Quinnipiac University pollster Tim Malloy. “Can Biden be the first Democrat since Bill Clinton to turn Georgia blue?”