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Obama Up In Major Swing States

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Romney To Swing State Governors: Shut Up About All The Jobs

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PoliticOlogy has reported before about the problem Mitt Romney is having campaigning against Barack Obama’s terrible economy in swing states where the economy is actually rebounding at above average rates.

Half of Romney’s entire campaign is that Obama has failed to turn the economy around, and his vehicle for delivering that message is ads titled “Despair” and stump speeches long on apocalyptic forebodings, i.e., Obama’s-campaign-slogan-is-‘Forward’-as-in-‘Forward-off-a-cliff’-ha-ha-get-it?… Read More.

 

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Super Tuesday: The States And Candidates To Watch Tonight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moving into the key Super Tuesday primaries, it is important to note that Mitt Romney remains the frontrunner and even if he has a “bad night” it will be one accompanied by a floor of 150+ delegates. Many suspect that the former Massachusetts governor could secure more than 200 delegates tonight. Even with the outside possibility that he loses Ohio and Tennessee (which is possible if not probable), Romney will still emerge the delegate leader tonight…Read More

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Obama Strong And Growing Stronger In Key Battleground State Of Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Real Clear Politics contributor Erin McPike published a piece on Monday detailing President Obama’s reelection team at work in Ohio. Her portrayal of Obama’s ground team in the Buckeye State in McPike’s “In Ohio, Obama’s Organization Is Outpacing GOP’s,” Obama’s team is shown as organized, ubiquitous and effective. Over the weekend, a poll by NBC News/Marist shows the early efforts are paying off in Ohio where likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney trails Obama by double digits…Read More

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