I found this comment interesting over at AceHQ last night from a Romney volunteer...
I have to tell you: not only are we not losing Ohio, we're going to win Wisconsin as well. And from people who are on the ground and inside the Romney campaign, I can tell you there are two states out there that are potentially set to shock the sh*t out of liberals and the MSM come November 6th. In a good way -- for us.
Me? I'm spending the day tomorrow in Newport News, VA, knocking on doors and making phone calls (and that's a b*tch of a commute for a guy who lives in the MD suburbs). I highly recommend that everyone else go and do the same thing.
But I will say this: Romney's internals right now? I have it on reasonably good authority that they are actually far better in states like OH, VA, FL, and certain other mystery states that I shall not mention than everyone out here realizes. There is a bit of "well this can't QUITE be correct, can it?" attitude among people, but the numbers are returning consistently and in the same direction.
Let me put it this way: IA, NH, WI: toss a coin, these could go either way.
OH? Mitt will win, and the call will be made on election night, not after five recounts or any sort of thing like that. It most certainly didn't look that way as recently as a month ago. But it does now. My final call? 52-48 Romney over Obama.
posted on 10/27/2012 6:47:12 AM PDT
(Single Issue Voter: Obama Must Go!)
Romney campaign launched expand the map.com today. Looking for $7 million to hit extra states. My guess is a carpet bomb of ads in PA and MI final week. I think OH comes through but doesnt hurt having a 3rd backup plan being either PA or MI!
I'm really curious to know what those two "surprising states" are. My two top guesses are Pennsylvania and Michigan, and a third outlandish possibility that might not be so outlandish: New Jersey.
posted on 10/27/2012 6:55:39 AM PDT
by Alberta's Child
("If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested.")
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