It’s hard to believe we’re just over three weeks away from Election Day and that leaves the Presidential Candidates battling for those all important “swing states.”
It’s no coincidence Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been making multiple stops across Ohio with more to come ahead of the November 8 election.
Ohio ranks on a list of Wallet Hub’s top ten most powerful voter states when it comes to Commander-In-Chief.
So what exactly does that mean when it comes to your vote?
While they’re all technically counted equally, the choices of swing-state citizens are more influential.
Historically speaking, it’s safe to assume California will vote Democratic, while Texas will go Republican.
But the electoral results of swing states are up in the air, which gives voters there more impact.
Here’s a list of the ten most influential states in Presidential elections.
8: North Carolina
7: New Hampshire
4: South Dakota
It’s important to remember that your vote does count in every race, in every state.
While West Virginia falls near the bottom of the list at 41, places like New York, Maryland and Washington D.C. come in even lower.
No matter where you’re heading to the polls on November 8, the most important thing is that you get out and vote for local, statewide and national races.