Here Come the Other States
While all national attention is focused — indeed riveted — on the seven to nine swing or battleground states, a major shift is taking place in the rest of the country: Voters are turning from President Obama and to Mitt Romney.
In the forty states where the Obama campaign has not spread toxic negative ads against Romney, the Republican is gaining by leaps and bounds and will likely carry a bunch of non-swing, normally blue states. Specifically, Romney is now three points ahead in Pennsylvania, one point behind in Michigan, and only two points behind in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Together, these four states have a cache of 56 electoral votes and are the tail that may wag the dog on Nov. 6th.
While Romney looks to be solidly ahead in Florida, Virginia, Iowa and Colorado, the race in Nevada, Ohio and New Hampshire continues to be nip and tuck with the two candidates tied or within a point of one another.
Enter the Romney flank attack, circling around these battleground states to attack the soft underbelly of undefended Democratic states.
Indeed, the situation is so fluid in the Democratic states that there is increasing evidence that several blue bastions states are borderline in play with Obama under 50 percent of the vote. In New Jersey, Neighborhood Research has Obama up by only 48-41. In Oregon, Survey USA has the president leading by only 49-42.
With the undecided vote likely to go overwhelmingly against the president, we may see some strange states turning red on election day.
While I still believe, Romney will carry Ohio, New Hampshire and Nevada, he may do even better in Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Won’t that be a kick.
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