'Uncharacteristically low' turnout for Obama rally

In Green Bay, Barack Obama drew 4000 fewer participants than McCain/Palin drew a week earlier in the same area. Abdon M. Pallasch reports in the Chicago Sun-Times:

Hoping to shore up support in his suddenly undependable backyard, Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama flew here Monday to talk about how he'd handle economic crises as president.

Recent polls have shown that Wisconsin - once pretty solidly in Obama's column - is now a statistical dead heat between Obama and Republican John McCain.

Signs of the weakness in the Obama mojo department.


Hat tip: Susan L.

In Green Bay, Barack Obama drew 4000 fewer participants than McCain/Palin drew a week earlier in the same area. Abdon M. Pallasch reports in the Chicago Sun-Times:

Hoping to shore up support in his suddenly undependable backyard, Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama flew here Monday to talk about how he'd handle economic crises as president.

Recent polls have shown that Wisconsin - once pretty solidly in Obama's column - is now a statistical dead heat between Obama and Republican John McCain.

Signs of the weakness in the Obama mojo department.


Hat tip: Susan L.