Georgia has voted solidly Republican in all but two presidential elections since 1960. Yet this year, Mr Biden’s campaign team believes he may have a shot. They’re betting on support from black voters, who make up at least a quarter of all registered voters in the state.
On race-related issues, Mr Biden polls far better than Mr Trump. Black Lives Matter protests have gripped national news this year, and Georgia’s youth have often led the demonstrations outside major cities.
But Mr Trump is pitching himself as the “law-and-order candidate”, which could carry weight amongst white, conservative Georgians, who usually drive the state’s result.
It all depends on who shows up on polling day.