Small town Pennsylvania voters switching over from President Trump to Joe Biden may be the ones who can tip the battleground state to the Democrats.
A NBC News analysis indicates that although it's rare, it wouldn't take many small town, Pennsylvania Trump defectors to turn the state blue.
Both Pennsylvania's Northampton County and its small town of Forks Township are in a heavily-courted area of the state, which went Republican in 2016 for the first time since 1992, when Bill Clinton was elected president.
Election experts say that even a small number of 2016 Trump (pictured) voters who decide to vote Biden this election may be able to switch the state from red to blue
As a result, even just a handful of voters switching sides for the 2020 election could have a significant impact on whether the county - and the state - wind up giving its electoral college votes to Trump or Biden.
Whichever way Pennsylvania goes, election experts say it's likely the state will determine which candidate wins the presidency.
Voters like Victor Dennis, 91, of Forks Township, then stand to make a major difference in the election outcome.
Recent polls put Biden (pictured) ahead of Trump in Pennsylvania by 49 per cent to 44 per cent
Dennis told NBC News Friday that 'First time in my life, I voted for a Democrat.'
NBC News reported that Biden only needs about 23,000 Pennsylvania voters, out of more than six million residents across the state, to turn the state