Donald Trump won the majority of Kenosha County votes against Hillary Clinton in the 2016 general elections.
Trump is currently trailing in state and national polls against Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Kenosha County is a crucial battleground county in the SE part of Wisconsin. It was a political turnaround as Trump won the Kenosha County by a slim margin of just 238 votes against his rival Hillary Clinton in 2016. The margin was slender, with 47.22% of the total votes over 46.45% of Hillary Clinton. Earlier, Obama had secured a win by nearly 9,000 votes. It was the first time a Republican candidate had won the state's electoral votes since 1984.