Plouffe: Don't expect big bounce for Dems from convention

With some pollsters saying that up to 90% of the electorate has made up their minds, the chances of either side getting a big bounce is slim. The Hill: Speaking on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Thursday, the day President Obama is set to deliver his campaign speech and a day after former President Clinton delivered his convention speech, Plouffe said he expected the race to remain tight up until Election Day. "This is a very tight race," Plouffe said. "We've always believed that there's very little elasticity in the election. I don't think you should expect a big bounce. I think this is a race where we've got a small but important lead in some battleground states. It's going to be very, very close all the way out."Plouffe's comments come roughly a week after the Republican National Convention. Mitt Romney enjoyed a short-lived 2-point convention bounce before Obama retook the national lead, according to polling. Nevertheless, Plouffe said, Republicans missed an...(Read Full Post)