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Obama’s Chances Rise In Three Deep-Red States September 26, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in McCain, News, Obama, Politics.
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TPM Election Central

In yet another sign of Barack Obama’s surge in the polls, CQ has upgraded their ratings for him in three states that have been cornerstones of the Obama campaign’s strategy to expand the electoral map into states where Dems don’t usually compete:

Indiana: Previously rated “Republican Favored,” now “Leans Republican.” The last time this state voted Democratic was in the 1964 Lyndon Johnson landslide.

North Carolina: Previously rated “Republican Favored,” now “Leans Republican.” The last time this state voted Democratic was 1976, when Jimmy Carter was the South’s favorite son.   Source Article

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