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Obama camp at work early in swing states

Obama volunteer Julie Haywood visited with Craig Browne in a Montgomery County neighborhood. She was urging Democrats to vote in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary. Obama volunteer Julie Haywood visited with Craig Browne in a Montgomery County neighborhood. She was urging Democrats to vote in Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary. (Scott Lewis for the Boston Globe)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / April 20, 2012
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Mitt Romney has all but abandoned his only field office in Pennsylvania and pulled his multimillion dollar ad buys following Rick Santorum’s decision to end his presidential quest here in his home state. And yet, President Obama’s supporters are scrambling. The well-oiled Obama machine is flexing its organizational might here with as much, if not greater, urgency than in 2008. But whether supporters can stir up a similar level of energy for the incumbent remains to be seen.

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