I don't think so. Although Beto could help in Texas, but I doubt he could deliver Texas. I think Georgia is up for grabs with the right candidate. Who's VP doesn't matter much as no one I know decides their vote on who the VP nominee is. That is unless the VP could deliver a swing state. Brown from Ohio, but then that would be two midwesterners on the same ticket. Now let's not overlook you had two southerners in 1992 and 96 with Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Gore was strong enough to deliver Tennessee to Bill both times, but not strong enough to win Tennessee when he ran. Which once again brings up back to the top of the ticket. If I were Klobuchar, I think I'd first look toward Florida. If not there, go with Hickenlooper. You'd have a former senator and a former governor. Colorado is a swing state which Hickenlooper would help cement. I wouldn't look at any VP choices from the West Coast or Northeast, they're in the bag anyway.