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Here is the third installment of a side by side comparison of campaign offices between Obama and Romney.

Here is the side by side comparison of campaign offices in swing states, according to the latest totals posted on the candidates' respective websites.  In parenthesis, you will see how many each candidate has added or subtracted since the last update.

                     Obama                                 Romney
Missouri            2                                          7
Michigan           24 (+1)                                 23  (+1)
New Hampshire  22                                       8
Minnesota         12                                      zero
Colorado           57 (+2)                                13
Florida              98 (+13)                              47 (+1)
Ohio                106 (+10)                             35 (-1)
Pennsylvania     45 (+1)                                24 (+1)
Virginia             42                                       28 (-1)
Nevada             25                                      11 (-1)
North Carolina    53                                      23
New Mexico       11                                       7
Iowa                66                                      13
Wisconsin         68 (+14)                              23

TOTAL:           631 (+41)                             262  (+zero)

That's right, folks.  Obama has added 41 campaign offices since the last update and Romney has added a net total of ZERO.  This is very good news for our team.  I guess I would have liked to see Obama augment his ground game a little in VA and NC, but he's already significantly ahead of Romney in campaign offices there.  In any case, all is good.


The Obama ground game is stellar.

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