Friday, October 10, 2008

Palin to visit West Virginia

Sarah Palin is spending a lot of time in states that just a couple of months ago looked like they were going to be reliably red. She's been defending the Republican ticket in places like Nebraska and northern Florida. In another sign that West Virginia is on the table to turn blue, Sarah is going to the Mountain State.

CNN is reporting:
In what may be another signal that the troubled economy is forcing John McCain’s campaign to play electoral map defense, Sarah Palin has scheduled a bus tour for Sunday through West Virginia, a state that’s been leaning red throughout this presidential race.
When the Republican ticket isn't pushing the latest sleaze it dreams up, it's attempting to put out fires on the electoral map. I think it's a good thing that McCain feels he needs to send Palin to West Virginia. It means the Obama campaign really must be making inroads in West Virginia.


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