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It's my 9th week on the campaign trail. Here are some photos of GOTV and the ground game in the swing states. You can see all my campaign photography from this cycle in this compendium diary.

Reno - Obama Supporters (11)
A volunteer making calls in Reno, Nevada.

Virginia Field Offices-11
Bob registers a voter in Roanoke, Virginia.

Colorado Supporters-1
A field organizer and a volunteer at a field office in Denver, CO.

Ohio Field Offices-1
Making calls in Cleveland.

Colorado Supporters-8
A UC-Boulder student canvas apartment buildings adjacent to campus in Colorado.

Virginia Field Offices-2
Earl makes signs at the Obama HQ in Richmond, Virginia.

Wisconsin Field Offices-3
Student volunteers on State Street near UW-Madison.

Colorado Supporters-13
Canvas packets in Denver, CO.

Colorado Supporters-21
You really don't. A student voter registration booth at UC-Boulder.

Wisconsin Field Offices-9
Canvas packets for UW-Madison students.

Ohio Field Offices-2
Making the hard calls to sign up volunteer shifts outside Cleveland.

Virginia Field Offices-7
Volunteers at a staging location in Roanoke, Virginia.

Virginia Field Offices-13
Pre-canvas volunteer training in Roanoke, Virginia.

Colorado Supporters-34
Volunteers in Colorado Springs, CO.

Iowa Supporters-6
A neighborhood team leader talks to volunteers in Davenport, Iowa.

Colorado Supporters-24
Students registering voters in the brunch line in Boulder, CO.

Colorado Supporters-27
Then the register the wait staff.

Colorado Supporters-28
And the customers.

Reno - Obama Supporters (09)
Volunteer training in Reno, Nevada.

Virginia Field Offices-10
A field organizer goes over the game plan at a neighborhood staging location in Virginia.


Originally posted to Brett Marty on Tue Nov 06, 2012 at 10:37 AM PST.

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