Via the WSJ, we can see exactly how many times each candidate visited every state:

The Campaigns’ Travels

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2 Responses to “The Candidates’ Campaign Travels”

  1. DL says:

    As far as the presidential election is concerned, it seems like the only states in which there is a need for voting to take place is in the states of CO, FL, NC, OH, PA, and VA.

    The presidential election results in the remaining states are more or less a foregone conclusion (or else they have too few electoral votes to matter).

  2. DL says:

    For those who are too lazy to vote and who want to justify their decision: