BEACHWOOD, Ohio–Bill Clinton is being deployed to Pennsylvania on Monday—with four stops the day before the election– to snuff out the Romney campaign last minute bid to put Pennsylvania in play.
The Romney team is pumping in ads and candidate stops: Mitt Romney is in Pennsylvania on Sunday and Paul Ryan stumped in Harrisburg Saturday. That Clinton has to spend time in Pennsylvania on a day when he would otherwise be used to boost turnout in another battleground state-shows the impact of the Romney move.
Clinton on Monday will be in Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Pittsburgh and Scranton, Pennsylvania. From the Obama campaign: “During this final push over the past week, he has held grassroots events in Iowa, Florida, Colorado, Ohio, Virginia, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.”