Here's a quick glance at the presidential race in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The number of electoral votes in each state is in parentheses. A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the presidency.
Alabama (9): Polls show it close, elevating Perot's importance.
Alaska (3): Surprising toss-up in usual GOP stronghold.
Arizona (8): Surprising lead for Clinton.
Arkansas (6): Clinton leads comfortably at home.
California (54): Big Clinton edge in the biggest state.
Colorado (8): Clinton ahead.
Connecticut (8): Clinton leads in the polls.
Delaware (3): Surprising edge for Clinton.
District of Columbia (3): Clinton way ahead.
Florida (25): Slight GOP edge in Bush's best state in 1988.
Georgia (13): Clinton leads.
Hawaii (4): Edge to Clinton.
Idaho (4): Bush ahead, narrowly.
Illinois (22): Clinton comfortably ahead.
Indiana (12): GOP edge.
Iowa (7): GOP concedes Clinton winning.
Kansas (6): GOP concedes slight Clinton edge.
Kentucky (8): All camps agree Clinton leads.
Louisiana (9): Bush ahead, narrowly.
Maine (4): GOP chairman says Bush has "lot of ground" to make up.
Maryland (10): October poll gives Clinton big lead.
Massachusetts (12): Democratic state for Clinton.
Michigan (18): Clinton advantage in key state.
Minnesota (10): Clinton looks strong.
Mississippi (7): Narrow advantage to Bush.
Missouri (11): Clinton leads; Bush working hard.
Montana (3): Close race.
Nebraska (5): Bush ahead but Clinton may win one electoral vote.
Nevada (4): Close race.
New Hampshire (4): Bush trailing in this GOP redoubt.
New Jersey (15): Both sides agree Clinton ahead.
New Mexico (5): Slight advantage to Clinton.
New York (33): Clinton seems well ahead.
North Carolina (14): GOP says Bush trails.
North Dakota (3): Polls make it a toss-up.
Ohio (21): Clinton ahead in Midwest battleground.
Oklahoma (8): Clinton claims lead.
Oregon (7): GOP chairman says Bush effort is ineffective.
Pennsylvania (23): Clinton leads in battleground state.
Rhode Island (4): Clinton advantage.
South Carolina (8): Bush camp claims lead but poll shows toss-up.
South Dakota (3): Clinton leads narrowly in recent poll.
Tennessee (11): Clinton advantage in running-mate's state.
Texas (32): Bush leads narrowly. Perot's best state.
Utah (5): Solid for Bush.
Vermont (3): Clinton holds big lead in September poll.
Virginia (13): Bush ahead by surprisingly small margin.
Washington (11): Clinton leads.
West Virginia (5): Strong for Clinton.
Wisconsin (11): Clinton ahead; Bush making strong effort.
Wyoming (3): Bush a slight favorite in usual GOP stronghold.