There are, as of early Friday morning, six states left to call -- Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and North Carolina -- but only four of them have been getting all the attention. Pennsylvania, says Emily VanDerWerff, is the A-story with the most drama. "It’s not hard to imagine what’s happening in Pennsylvania as, like, the storyline in the season finale of election 2020, which would probably follow a couple of beleaguered operatives behind the scenes as they work to make sure their boss claims every advantage he can in the coming battle for the nation," says VanDerWerff. "If I were running this show, they would kiss at some point, but let’s be honest — they’re too busy for kissing." Arizona, meanwhile, is the the B-story where things peaked too early, while Georgia is the C-story that constantly flirts with being the A-story and Nevada is the D-story that drops in every so often with little rhyme or reason.
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