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The Obama Western strategy, and why Ohio, Penn and Florida are becoming less important

Without exception, since 1960, the winner of the White House has won at least two of the Big Three battleground states: Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. It's hard to picture a presidential contest that doesn't revolve around those three states, and indeed, those three states are among the top four in Obama campaign field offices to date: Ohio (20), Virginia (17), Pennsylvania (14), and Florida (13).
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Obama, Romney Tied in Three Swing States

Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire (3 years ago)

Three new Quinnipiac polls show President Obama and Mitt Romney running neck and neck in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, "the three states that for the past half-century have predicted the presidential winner... Since 1960, no candi... Read Post

Obama Leads in Three Key Battlegrounds

Politics / US Politics : Taegan Goddard's Political Wire (2 years ago)

A new Quinnipiac poll finds President Obama with leads in the important battleground states of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Florida: Obama 45%, Romney 41% Ohio: Obama 47%, Romney 38% Pennsylvania: Obama 45%, Romney 39%. Said poll... Read Post

New Set Of State Polls Are Some Of The Worst Yet For Mitt Romney

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (2 years ago)

President Barack Obama has opened up a decisive lead over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in three battleground states, breaking the 50-percent threshold in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, according to a new set of Quin... Read Post


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