Clinton to up pressure on Trump in Ariz., Ga.
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Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPapadopoulos's wife wants him to scrap plea deal with Mueller: report FBI chief: I'm trying to bring 'normalcy' in 'turbulent times' Senate Intel chief slams ex-CIA director for timing of claims about Trump-Russia ties MORE’s campaign will boost its investment in Arizona and Georgia as the Democratic presidential nominee continues to push into territory previously seen as safe Republican ground.

The campaign told top Democrats in both states it would spend to hire more field organizers in the states, The Washington Post reported Tuesday. The move suggests Democrats see an opening to flip red states in November.

“We look forward to working with the Clinton campaign over the coming months here in Georgia, and are excited about their interest in the state,” Georgia Democratic Party executive director Rebecca DeHart told the Post, confirming that Clinton’s campaign had reached out.

A top Georgia state lawmaker contacted by the paper said the campaign’s move “signals the recognition of the changing tide in the south and in Georgia.”

Arizona has only voted for a Democratic presidential candidate once in the past 10 elections — choosing President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonBill and Hillary Clinton pay tribute to Aretha Franklin Trump, Obamas and Clintons among leaders mourning Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin dies at 76 MORE in 1996. And Georgia hasn’t backed a Democrat since Clinton in 1992.

Hillary Clinton has posted leads in each of the past two polls from Georgia, while she only trailed Trump by 2 points in Arizona in a recent CBS News poll.

Strategies in both states would likely rely on mobilizing minority populations — black voters in Georgia and Hispanic voters in Arizona. Trump has posted dreadful numbers with both demographics nationwide, as well as in recent polls from each state.