Aug 09, 2016

The deep red state that could turn blue | MSNBC

Hillary Clinton is up seven points over Donald Trump in a new poll in Georgia. Ben Jealous joins Chris Hayes to discuss the ‘Georgia Math’ – the factors that could turn this red state blue.

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