Saturday, November 03, 2012

Acid indigestion in Chicago.

This was not part of Obama's plan.

Tribune poll says Pennsylvania is too close to call.

President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney entered the final days of the presidential race tied in a state that the campaigns only recently began contesting, a Tribune-Review poll shows.

The poll showed the race for Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes locked up at 47 percent in its final week. Romney was scheduled to campaign in the Philadelphia area on Sunday, and former President Bill Clinton planned to stump for Obama on Monday. The campaigns have begun to saturate the airwaves with millions of dollars in presidential advertising.

If Pennsylvania is in play, and it seems to be, then that implies that there really might be a wave lifting Romney throughout the country.

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