The state of Arizona has only voted for a Democratic President once since 1952. But this is the year of the pandemic, and the year of political surprises. In 2020, Democrat Joe Biden has enjoyed a steady lead in the opinion polls over Donald Trump. His popularity is largely down to women, Latinos and young voters – even in the suburbs where many are growing weary of the combative politics of President Trump. So will the Grand Canyon state reverse the trend of decades and help put a Democrat into the White House?