Sunday’s campaign round-up

SUNDAY’S CAMPAIGN ROUND-UP….Today’s installment of campaign-related news items that wouldn’t generate a post of their own, but may be of interest to political observers.

* A right-wing outfit in Virginia has begun doing robocalls on the residency status of Obama’s half-aunt.

* Another right-wing outfit, this one called the Pennsylvania Republican Party, is now running Jeremiah Wright television ads.

* The last CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll of the campaign shows Obama leading McCain nationally by seven (53% to 46%).

* In Florida, Mason-Dixon shows Obama leading McCain by two (49% to 47%).

* In Pennsylvania, Rasmussen shows Obama leading McCain by four (51% to 47%), SurveyUSA has Obama up by seven (51% to 44%), Muhlenberg has Obama up by seven (52% to 45%), and Mason-Dixon has Obama up by four (47% to 43%).

* In Ohio, a Columbus Dispatch poll shows Obama leading McCain by six (52% to 46%), while Masox-Dixon shows McCain up by two (47% to 45%).

* In Colorado, Mason-Dixon shows Obama leading McCain by five (49% to 44%).

* In Virginia, Mason-Dixon shows Obama leading McCain by three (47% to 44%).

* In Nevada, Mason-Dixon shows Obama leading McCain by four (47% to 43%).

* In North Carolina, Mason-Dixon shows McCain leading Obama by three (49% to 46%).

* In Missouri, Mason-Dixon shows McCain leading Obama by one (47% to 46%).

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