Clinton Camp Formally Launches Republicans for Hillary Effort

Her campaign is hoping to woo Republicans unhappy with Trump.

The launch of the group, Together for America, comes after months of scattered efforts by the campaign and its allies to woo anti-Trump Republicans.

The Clinton campaign's efforts to recruit GOP voters began after Trump clinched the nomination in May, when it solicited Republicans to say why they couldn't back Trump.

"Are you a Republican who thinks @realDonaldTrump should not become president? Tell us why," the campaign tweeted.

The Clinton camp this week expanded its battleground state map to include Arizona and Georgia — yet another sign of efforts to cut into Trump's support.

Top officials from Clinton's headquarters in Brooklyn, New York, held calls with state party officials in Arizona and Georgia to discuss making six-figure investments in the two states, according to a source.