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Is Pennsylvania In Play?

Annie-Esq Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 3:49 PM
We need to get out there on the ground guys. Find your local campaign office. Go knock on doors - make sure the registered Republicans have absentee ballots if they need them. Give them yard signs. Put a bumper sticker on your car. I have a NoBama sticker on my car -- AND WEAR IT PROUDLY. The Dems organize better than us -- we need to play that game as well as they do.
Becca in TX Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 4:07 PM
I already have my fence lined with signs and I have magnetic bumper stickers on my car-my husband goes nuts if I put sticky ones on it. Unfortunately, I'm in Texas and Texas will go Romney so I'm not doing any good. I'm praying for you guys in PA.
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 3:55 PM
I'll do "the word-of-mouth" thing, but in my neighborhood, I don't wanna put on bumper stickers and make my car a target for vandalism (university professors and regents are REALLY committed to Obama).
StillStandingHisGround Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 3:57 PM
ConcealedCarry:

I too do not have bumper stickers on MY car for the same reason.

Just too many feral liberals out there who have no regard for other people's property - as we've seen in the videos that have been hitting YouTube in the last few days showing people defacing, destroying, and stealing Romney yard signs in Virginia. And the fact that they're being filmed doesn't seem to deter them.

Pennsylvania has not voted for a Republican presidential nominee in 24 years, when George H.W. Bush carried the state narrowly in 1988.  In subsequent cycles, the Keystone State frequently felt like 'the one that got away' for Republicans; polling would look close and tightening in October, only to go blue in November, thanks to Democrats' formidable firewall in Greater Philadelphia.  This year, it appeared that Pennsylvania wouldn't even be in the conversation for the GOP ticket.  Barack Obama won the state by double-digits in 2008, and numerous public opinion polls showed the president maintaining -- or even expanding -- his...