Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania. Photo: Getty Images
By Salena Zito
If you drive anywhere in Pennsylvania, from the turnpike to the old US routes to the dirt roads connecting small towns like Hooversville with “bigger” small towns like Somerset, you might conclude that Donald Trump is ahead in this state by double digits.
Large signs, small signs, homemade signs, signs that wrap around barns, signs that go from one end of a fence to another dot the landscape with such frequency that, if you were playing the old-fashioned road-trip game of counting cows, you would hit 100 in just one small town like this one.
Donald Trump visits McLanahan Corporation headquarters in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Photo: Reuters
Attendees wave signs for Trump as he speaks at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania. Photo: Getty Images