Interactive: Watch how DeKalb became a stronghold for Democrats

Over the last few decades, the state of Georgia shifted from a pale shade of blue to at times fiery red.

Not so of DeKalb County.

In 1992, when Bill Clinton took the White House, he had the support of only 57 percent of DeKalb voters. By 2012, the county had become an even safer bet for Democrats, with 77 percent supporting Barack Obama.

On Oct. 21, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will release its latest poll for the 2016 election, but in the meantime, enjoy the below feature on how we got here. For more on the interactive look here.

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