Thursday, September 13, 2012


North Carolina is still leaning Romney
Romney pollster Neil Newhouse crowed in a Monday memo that the Obama campaign “is laying the groundwork for a stealth withdrawal.” He cited the campaign’s television buy in the state “to understand how they view their chances there. The Obama campaign’s North Carolina television buy has dropped 35 percent compared to June, and they have run more than twice as much advertising over the past two weeks in Rochester, Minnesota (hitting a small slice of Iowa), than they have in any North Carolina market.”

 

Super Pacs may help third-party candidates in swing states
Here's an unintended consequence of the Supreme Court ruling allowing unlimited expenditures by outside groups. Super PACs backing third-party candidates could impact the presidential race in November.”

http://utahpolicy.com/bookmark/20125363-How-Third-Party-Candidates-Could-Hurt-Romney-and-Obama
 
 

Obama makes huge ad buy in Florida
This huge buy reflects the Obama campaign's increasing confidence of being able to win Florida, which would potentially deliver a knockout blow to Romney in the race to 270 electoral votes. According to NBC's electoral map, if Obama wins Florida, he would need to win just one other toss-up state to reach or surpass the 270 number.”

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