With one month to go until the presidential election, the campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is asking S.C. volunteers to head to North Carolina, where polling shows Obama and his Republican rival John McCain in a dead heat.
A win in N.C. would deliver the presidency to Obama, according to a letter sent to S.C. Obama volunteers from Chris Lewis, North Carolina’s field director. Meanwhile, South Carolina is not in play, according to polling that gives McCain a sizable lead here.
But S.C. Democratic leaders insist Obama is not conceding the Palmetto State.
“(The N.C. Obama camp) is running a heavy duty campaign up there, and they need every worker they can get,” said Carol Fowler, chairwoman of the S.C. Democratic Party.
Source: The State
I am dismayed at the lack of campaigning I see by the McCain Campaign in North Carolina. They seem more focused on events for insiders only...and it is very possible that he could lose North Carolina.