An Oregon State U. student was stabbed with the sword he was using to help a woman he heard scream for help
MatthewM: This is going to be largely a base vs base election - Clnton's base in the blue cities vs Trump's base in the red rural areas. Suburbs will likely split between the two. They're both rallied on the basis of hating each other. The question is if Trump can overcome Clinton's demographic advantage by rallying enough angry voters to his side in the swing states, regardless of party affiliation. I know he's got a number of independents and disaffected Democrats going his way, but will it be enough? I suspect that there's not a lot of regular Republicans ( actual working Americans, not the party elite and establishment types ) who will be voting for Clinton ( though I'm sure there will be a few ). There may also be the same factor for Trump losing the GOP elite, establishment types, and regular GOP voters, but there again, it's a numbers game that isn't yet known.