Obama Stops Advertising in Red Battleground States
This is an interesting strategy. Is Obama writing off these states as lost causes rather than fighting for them? If so, why? And how will this affect voters?
Barack Obama’s presidential campaign has put the brakes on ads that were running in seven states carried by the GOP in the 2004 presidential election, FOX News has learned.
Of the seven states — including Alaska, Georgia, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota — Florida and Virginia are considered key battlegrounds this year. Obama’s decision to stop advertising in those states is raising eyebrows.