People will start voting for the president in less than a month. That's bad news for Trump.

In some states, voters will cast their ballots in less than a month — news which spells trouble for GOP candidate Donald Trump after a string of incendiary remarks caused him to plummet in th
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In less than a month, Americans will begin casting their votes for the next president of the United States. Starting with North Carolina, which mails out absentee ballots on September 9, half a dozen swing states will have the opportunity to vote next month, The Washington Examiner points out — and that could mean serious trouble for Donald Trump, whose general election campaign is still in its early stages compared to Hillary Clinton's vast organization.

"We no longer have an Election Day, we have an Election Month. That makes it harder for campaigns to peak at the right time but it rewards campaigns that are well-organized," Nathan Gonzales, the editor of the nonpartisan Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report, told The Washington Examiner.

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