As it did during its web messages during the 2008 president campaign, Obama's political arm picks out one state to illustrate its get-out-the-vote efforts nationwide, and today it's Pennsylvania.
"Pennsylvania has, like most states in the country, plenty of competitive races," Organizing For America strategist David Plouffe says with a bit of a chuckle, before claiming:
1) That Joe Sestak "essenentially in a dead heat" with Pat Toomey
2) Gubernatorial candidate Dan Onorato "has a real chance to win the race if we can create the kind of turnout we need."
By Nov. 2, Plouffe says OFA will nearly double resources statewide, growing from 10 to 18 offices, and 48 to 90 staffers. The video is here.