The Recount's Executive Editor John Heilemann is goin' gonzo on a 72-hour tour of America, traveling state to state in search of clues that point to a possible Democratic landslide. You never know where he'll go next or who might stop by along the way.
3, 2, 1, GO — Heilemann is wheels down in Texas, where more ballots were cast in early voting than the entirety of 2016. He's grilling Julián Castro about whether Biden can really flip the Lone Star State blue. Then over to Iowa, where the final state poll predicted a big win for Republicans.
On Day 2 of his COVID campaign tour, Heilemann hits the ground running in Minnesota, a state that both campaigns still consider in play. Over in Montana, Dem Gov. Bullock makes a final pitch to his red state.
On the day before the election, it's no surprise we're in Ohio. Trump nabbed the state in '16, but a few influential Ohio residents see a potential flip in the very near future. Next (and final) stop: Georgia. Heilemann visits GOP Sen. David Perdue's closing rally — and leaves wholly unimpressed.