The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel which endorsed Obama in 2008 will remain neutral this year.
Among independent voters, 40% said their impression of Romney was better after the debates. Only 10% said the same of Obama.
Romney and the President are now tied in New Hampshire in the polling averages.
The two most recent polls have Romney ahead in the Granite State.
A new Michigan poll also has them tied at 47%. The poll is from the Democratic firm Baydoun/Foster, and their last survey had Obama ahead by 3%.
Rasmussen has them tied in Ohio at 48%.
Romney is ahead 46% to 45% in Virginia according to the UVA poll.
Barack Obama has lost North Carolina and Florida. His ground game is at near parity in early voting with the GOP, the GOP is more energized, and he is going to lose both.
But he will not stop spending money in those two states and redirect the resources to Ohio, which is now a must win state for him. He will not do it because he does not want news stories to come out in the last two weeks of the campaign that he’s closing up show in two battleground states. That would convey weakness and demoralize the base.
But in fact, in North Carolina, they are winding down slowly and quietly knowing the GOP has matched their early voting operation and will get people to the polls.
The Obama camp does not want any news stories to come out. They know if they are too open about their plans the GOP will get very loud about the Obama team’s retreat across the map, and the media will be forced to cover the retreat to save face. So they will continue spending some resources in states they cannot win to avoid news stories they find more damaging.
In the meantime, Mitt Romney keeps creeping up with more momentum in Colorado, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Ohio.Time is running out for Barack Obama
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Once again, DEMOCRATS ARE A PARTY OF RACISM!
Though my followers may like this:)
No candidate who ever, in history of the Gallup, was at 50% or above at this point in the presidential race, has ever lost the race. It may very well be over, but we have to keep up the hard work and keep the momentum going, just in case this is a ruse to make us relax. Onward and Upward warriors of the Republic! We have won the battle, but the war still looms on the horizon. We are not better of than we were 4 weeks ago, or 4 years ago, it’s time to take our Republic back with a resounding victory in our Senate and Our Presidency!!!