Is Pennsylvania safely won for President Barack Obama or will Governor Mitt Romney mount a last-minute campaign effort in the Keystone State?
Obama had what appeared to be a solid lead in Pennsylvania until the first presidential debate. Neither candidate has spent much money on the local airwaves.
Three polls out Tuesday show Obama with better numbers than he had a week ago.
- An Allentown Morning Call poll shows President Obama leading Mitt Romney 50 to 45 in Pennsylvania - that's a slight improvement for Obama over the news organization's prior survey.
- An Angus Reid poll shows Obama with a 10-point lead among decided likely voters in the Keystone State, according to PoliticsPa.
- A poll commissioned by Let Freedom Ring shows Obama up 48 to 44