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Obama’s Wisconsin Campaign is Focused and Cool October 7, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in News, Obama, Politics.
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Huffington Post

Paul Hogarth

Posted October 7, 2008 | 01:17 PM (EST)

“Barack Obama should win Wisconsin,” a Madison City Councilwoman told me when I arrived last week in the Badger State. “But it will be a razor-thin victory, which means he needs a strong field presence.” Having just spent one week of vacation time to help Obama’s Wisconsin field operation, I’m confident they’re on the right track. While the rest of us hyperventilate about the ups and downs of the presidential race, Obama’s Wisconsin team keeps their cool — focusing intently on the number of voter IDs essential to win November 4th. I was impressed at how they didn’t let a spike or dip in the polls distract them from their central purpose: winning the state for Barack Obama. And while a successful Democratic campaign in the Badger State — where you can register to vote on Election Day — focuses on bringing out the base in Madison and Milwaukee, Obama has 44 field offices so that even the reddest counties get hit. With less than a month to go, Obama just needs enough volunteers in Wisconsin to execute a well-planned out field effort. Source Article

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