As if the prospect of a 3-1 spending disadvantage in the fall isn’t bad enough for John McCain, a new Insider Advantage poll shows a dead heat in Georgia. McCain is ahead of Obama just 44-43 with Bob Barr pulling 6 percent of the vote. The high number of blacks and young voters is helping Obama make it competitive. Even if he doesn’t ultimately win Georgia, if Obama can keep it in play by pouring money into the state, he’ll force McCain to spend his much more limited resources in a state that should already be in the bank. Bush carried it by 17 points in 2004.
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