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I've been faithfully watching the electoral maps and the polling numbers of each state. Usually, I take a gander at the toss up states or the states in which Obama has moved into the slightly favored category (Virginia, Colorado, Nevada). I was amazed to see that McCain was leading Arizona by only 7 points. I ran across this article today which mentions Obama will start airing ads in McCain's home state due to certain polls which shows them even. I'm not buying those polls, and it may be wasted money, but still, for the home candidate to be in that tight of position in his home state has to be a concern.
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Saw this also.. guess he is not pulling out of anywhere, unlike other candidates I know..
The other item which I find out of whack, is a number of polls and analysis are saying that the election is drawing tighter, and historically always does. Meanwhile, the electoral map is changing from red to blue with some historically red states going into the toss up category. Seems to me, you can't have it both ways.