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    R now ahead in Ohio by +3 and Iowa by +1



    Looks like the RNC Chair was right on TV last night when he said Mitt was over-performing in early voting in Ohio and elsewhere
    while OBY was under-performing compared to 08.

    Karl Rove backed him up with figures saying Mitt had 75,000
    more turning out than in 08 while DEMs had over 181,000
    less turnout.

    Latest GOP poll shows Mitt now leading in Ohio by 3 pts and by 1 in Iowa.

    OBY is just slightly ahead in Wisconsin. He blew big leads in all those states.

    I posted on the Coal thread that the miners could cost OBY the election in Ohio because of OBYs war on coal (see thread). Looks like they are for sure now in that critical battleground state.

    And Dick Morris said last week these battleground states would go for Mitt as his polls of undecideds take effect and they vote GOP. He of course has Mitt winning big.



    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/...g-in-wisconsin
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    Re: R now ahead in Ohio by +3 and Iowa by +1

    On the flip side, the DEMs own poll - THE WASH POST - now has Ohio as a toss up state after saying it was leaning to
    OBY. It's not a 3 pt lead with them, but it's still going away from OBY and toward Mitt.




    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...electoral-map/
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