Race between President Trump and Joe Biden is tight in Georgia
According to a new CBS Battleground Tracker poll, the race for the next president is neck and neck in Georgia, a state President Trump won by 5 points in 2016. The survey shows Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is now tied with Mr. Trump at 49%. Mark Strassmann talked to voters.
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