On a leafy suburban street outside Pennsylvania’s state capital Harrisburg, where election lawn signs compete for space with elaborate Halloween displays, Sarah Becker is part of one of the most closely watched demographics in this election.
A 35-year old mother of three, a lifelong Republican, a former White House staffer under George W. Bush and, this year, a voter for the Democratic Party.
“I truly remain dumbfounded that this is the reality we’re living in,” Becker said. “I can’t believe it’s real, even after four years.”
Becker represents what pollsters and strategists believe could be the tipping point in a crucial battleground state: white suburban Republican women upset with U.S. President Donald Trump to the point where they’ll vote for the