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Report: Confident Romney Starts Staff Shift From North Carolina

Mitt Romney’s campaign is shifting resources away from North Carolina, an indication that he believes he will capture the state’s 15 electoral votes next month, CNN reports.

The campaign is moving spokesman Robert Reid to Ohio and will move other staffers out of the state, though it will not completely shutter its operations in the Tar Heel State.

 

RealClearPolitics’ average of recent polling in the state has Romney with 50.3 percent support, compared with Obama’s 44.7 percent. 

In reaction to the news, Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt tweeted: “Interesting that the GOP is pulling out of NC the day early vote begins and Obama supporters are lined up around the block at poll.”

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