Roundup: Full Steam Ahead

Ohio started early voting yesterday, giving Obama’s ground game more time to operate.

In the Buckeye State, Obama has nearly twice as many field offices compared to McCain.

A former debate opponent warns against underestimating Palin.

A majority of Americans now say the Alaska Governor is unqualified for the presidency.

Voters consider Obama the safer choice.

Thirty-five days left, and McCain squanders his time in Iowa, where Obama’s up by ten, talking to the Des Moines Register editorial board.

While the RNC drops $5 million attacking the bailout their nominee supports.

Obama campaign officials, citing new voter registration, believe they have a good chance of securing over 330 electoral votes.

A claim supported by the latest figures from 538 and RealClearPolitics.

And a look at a potential Obama Cabinet.

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One Response to Roundup: Full Steam Ahead

  1. ladydeborah says:

    I reside in the O-State. I voted last weekend. Obama/Biden is the most visible force in this effort. Which does not surprise me since there have been offices and active ground crews in Ohio since last year.

    The attendance has been steady and on the day that I voted there was a large crowd due to the same day registration and voting drive that was gong on.

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