Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter defended her team’s decision not to put President Obama on the campaign trail Tuesday, saying campaign events take staff members away from get-out-the-vote efforts. Instead, Cutter said, it was more “efficient” to keep the president’s schedule light.
Further asked by CNN’s Erin Burnett if she thinks Romney can carry Pennsylvania, Cutter said, “No, he’s not going to swing the state.”
“The state has tightened, but we are confident we’re going to win it,” Cutter continued, touting the president’s support in the Philadelphia suburbs.
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