By focusing on 12 “Super States,” we can work on flipping the White House, the Senate, and the state houses that are key to rolling back Republican gerrymandering—all at the same time proclaims the advocacy group Swing Left. Their belief is based on many factors including changing demographics.
For instance, Georgia is like Virginia, it is fast changing demographically and politically. As a result, in 2018, Democrats flipped 11 seats in the Georgia House and two in the Georgia Senate. To make the flip complete, Swing Left’s objective is to flip eight state Senate seats, 16 House seats, both US Senate seats, and 16 electoral votes. “Most of our targets for flippable seats in Georgia are in the suburbs around Atlanta,” proclaims their web page.