Friday, October 26, 2012


From Ronald Brownstein, at National Journal, "Election May Hinge on Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts":
James Garcia, Romney’s Colorado state manager, says that the campaign has already contacted twice as many potential voters by phone, and three times as many at the door, as John McCain’s campaign had at the comparable point in 2008. In Colorado, about 1.9 million people have requested mail-in ballots, and the campaign expects to personally contact more than 1 million of them. In Colorado and other swing states, Obama has built an even more extensive operation—far larger than even his breakthrough organization in 2008.
Well, it won't be long now, in any case. Everyone's theories will be put to the test on November 6th.