Republican Strategist: Clinton Could Top 400 Electoral Votes
Republican strategist Steve Schmidt said on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton could win with more than 400 Electoral College votes on Election Day.
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“I think she’s trending over 400,” Schmidt said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
The Hill reports:
Schmidt also predicted that Democrats will take control of the Senate and are close to taking the House of Representatives.
“If this election was today, I think Republicans are down 25 seats, as of today, with the trend line going in the wrong direction,” he said.
“The panic is beginning.”
A Washington Post/Survey Monkey poll released Tuesday showed the former secretary of State leading in enough states to take 304 electoral votes — well above the 270 needed to win.
As of Wednesday, The New York Times gave Clinton a 92 percent chance of winning the election.
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