What to know about Pennsylvania and the 2024 election

(22 Apr 2024)
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1. Wide of Philadelphia City Hall
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ARCHIVE: Gordonville, Pennsylvania- 9 March 2024
2. Wide of an Amish couple walking on a country road

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3. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Sances, Associate Professor at Department of Political Science at Temple University:
“So, Pennsylvania is an incredibly important state. And, one interesting thing about the US is that not every state, there’s only a really a handful of states that are kind of pivotal in presidential elections. And, so, a lot of voters are living states that are deeply red or deeply blue. And they’re important, but they’re not as important in terms of being, you know, actually deciding a race."

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4. A voter at the mail-in-ballot drop off location in Philadelphia

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ARCHIVE: Schnecksville, Pennsylvania – 13 April 2024
5. STILL Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event in Schnecksville, Pa.
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ARCHIVE: Pittsburgh – 17 April, 2024
6. STILL President Joe Biden speaks at the United Steelworkers Headquarters

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7. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Sances, Associate Professor at Department of Political Science at Temple University:
“Pennsylvania is very closely divided politically. We went for Donald Trump in 2016. We went for Joe Biden in 2020. And at both times it was a difference of, you know, 40,000 votes or 80,000 votes in a state of, you know, millions of people. So we’re closely divided. We’re also very big. So the way that the Electoral College works, the more states you win, the more electoral votes you get, and the more electoral votes you get, the more likely you are to win the presidency. You need the majority of 538 and we have 20 here. So that turns out to be a pretty big prize.”

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8. Poll workers counting ballots in an Allegheny County warehouse
9. Mid of poll workers working

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10. Joe Biden, U.S. President during a campaign

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11. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Sances, Associate Professor at Department of Political Science at Temple University:
“Yeah, there’s a couple of issues, I think, on voters minds. Right now, one is the economy and, inflation is still a concern. And there’s a lot of talk among Biden’s folks trying to highlight the positives in the economy. That still doesn’t seem to have really caught on with the general public. So they’re still very concerned about the economy. People are concerned about immigration and the southern border.”

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ARCHIVE: Schnecksville, Pennsylvania – 13 April 20241
12. Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event

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13. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Sances, Associate Professor at Department of Political Science at Temple University:

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14. STILL of a sample of an official election ballot provided by the Allegheny County Election Division in Pittsburgh
15. STILL of Allegheny County election division manager David Voye demonstrates a voting machine used to process paper ballots at polling places

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