GOP talks up chances in key states
After a season dominated by talk of Ohio, Virginia and Florida, Campaign 2012 suddenly shifted focus to a new trio of states Wednesday amid a new verbal battle about which candidate is better positioned to win on Tuesday.
The new geographic front in the political war focuses on Pennsylvania, Michigan and Minnesota, three states that have backed Democrats dating back at least to 1988 but which Republicans say are ripe for GOP nominee Mitt Romney in his challenge to President Barack Obama.
Republican super PACs have been advertising in those states for some time, and Romney's campaign has joined in two of them, Pennsylvania and Minnesota, but not Michigan as of Wednesday.
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