Pennsylvania feels swingy today at least.
With Obama hitting Philadelphia today, Tom Fitzgerald at the Inquirer collects the latest on whether or not Pa is a battleground this year (we had much of the same here), and Chris Brennan at the Daily News has the details on the reelection campaign's three fundraisers (they cost $250, $10K and $40K).
Brennan notes Romney will be fundraising in the state whether or not he can win it, and sure enough there's new evidence of that in Romney's latest finance event schedule -- the campaign has listed an evening fundraiser here in Pittsburgh on July 17, via Politico. (We're still waiting for details on the Republican's bus tour through Pa this weekend.)
Democratic strategists talked to focus groups in suburban Philly and Columbus, Ohio, recently and they're worried about the Obama team's economic message to the middle class. Only Mitt Romney's unfavorable numbers (reflected again in today's Q poll) are keeping the prez ahead. Other Dems (looking at polls in Pa and other backgrounds) argue the Obama team would be best served by forgetting about swing voters and focusing most of its energy on GOTV and voter registration.