Donald Trump and Joe Biden both view Pennsylvania as the path to victory. The President won the state in 2016 by a wafer-thin margin, driven by blue collar workers who felt the Democratic Party had abandoned them. But the polls show it will be a tough race, with Mr Biden in the lead.
North America correspondent Kathryn Diss reports from Northampton County.
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