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By Chad Groening, Billy Davis, OneNewsNow, October 14, 2020
This story has been updated with comments from Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh.
A tea party leader predicts President Trump will easily win his home state of Ohio on Election Day, a key victory for re-election, and two other political observers are predicting a Trump victory despite worrisome polls.
Then-candidate Donald Trump handily won The Buckeye State 51-43 percent in 2016, scooping up 18 electoral votes on his way to the White House.
Trump defeated Clinton by approximately 446,800 votes four years ago.
Polling firm Morning Consult currently shows Trump leading Joe Biden 49-46 percent after surveying 2,283 likely voters. …