Presidential campaign watchers are speculating that Gov. Mitt Romney's team may start running television ads in Pennsylvania outside of the expensive Philadelphia market, according to a PoliticsPa report.
Neither presidential candidate has been on the air here since August.
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President Barack Obama lost his strong lead in the Keystone State after the first presidential debate, although polls this week show him regaining some ground.
The risk, reports Jonathan Martin of Politico, is that a Romney offensive in Pennsylvania could be met with a crushing response by the Obama campaign.
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