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Another Obama Pennsylvania Advantage

The exit pollsters asked whether each campaign contacted the voter personally.  Thirty-nine percent of respondents said the McCain campaign had contacted them personally — and 51 percent said the Obama campaign had contacted them personally.  Among those who were contacted personally by the McCain campaign, McCain won, 55-44.  Among those who were contacted personally by the Obama campaign, Obama won 73-26.

And with Pennsylvania called for Obama — what everyone has euphemistically called McCain’s “narrow path to victory” has gotten a lot narrower.  If he doesn’t win Virginia, he’s cooked.

Byron York is is the author of The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy.

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