We will know if Hillary will be the next president very early on election night if she wins Georgia.
In 1992, the very first state called for Bill Clinton was Georgia by ABC News at 7:02, just 2 minutes after the polls closed there. That was a Dem turnover from the last election and signaled very early that it was going to be a bad night for George H.W. Bush.
Keep your eyes on Georgia on election night.
A new Landmark/RosettaStone poll has found that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a statistical tie in Georgia, a state that has been a Republican stronghold in presidential elections for decades.
The poll, first reported by WSB-TV, shows that Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, has a slight edge over Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, leading 42.3 to 41.4 percent, while 15.6 percent are undecided
About 14 percent of GOP voters say they are undecided, while just 8.7 percent of Democrats say the same.
Republican candidates have won the state in the past five presidential elections.
The poll was conducted on Wednesday and surveyed 570 likely Georgia voters. It has a margin of error of 4.1 points.