The right-leaning Tucker Carlson site Daily Caller reported late last night that the Romney campaign is pulling some staffers out of Pa and sending them to Ohio. It's pretty common practice for campaigns to shift resources around, though, especially with Ohio and other states (unlike Pa) offering early voting.
Here's the top of their report by associate editor Gregg Re:
Republican nominee Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is diverting substantial resources from Pennsylvania to Ohio, according to a knowledgeable campaign source who requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the matter.
Field staff for the campaign were told about the decision during a conference call late Monday, the source said. Instructions were not sent via email to avoid leaks to the media.
A Romney official denied to The Daily Caller that the campaign was moving out of Pennsylvania entirely, but confirmed that some of the state's staff were headed to Ohio — a state every Republican president has won on the road to the White House.
John Gibson, Romney's Pennsylvania campaign manager, would not comment when reached by phone and asked about the situation. He referred TheDC to the Romney campaign's press office.