The Obama campaign is looking to expand the battleground states map to include Arizona, opening campaign offices and registering voters across the state despite its Republican governor, two Republican senators, and a history of voting Republican in presidential elections broken, in the past 50 years, only by Bill Clinton. But things may be changing:
“It is going to be a swing state,” said Jim Messina, the president’s campaign manager.
Today, the New York Times takes a look at the final campaign strategies for the presidential candidates. Obama is expanding the map. John McCain is scrambling to find states where he can win. In plain terms, Obama is on the offense.... Read Post
Arizona State U for Eight/KAET-TV. 4/24-27. Registered voters. MoE 4% (No trend lines) McCain (R) 47 Obama (D) 38 McCain (R) 53 Clinton (D) 37 Obama runs +7 in Arizona, and even keeps McCain under 50 percent in his own state.... Read Post