http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2004/09/09/election2004/9_23_559_9_04.txt The Kerry campaign has begun shifting money out of states that are seen as swing states. It seems they will no longer be advertising or actively campaigning in Missouri, Arizona, and colorado (although this is the first time ive heard Colorado as a swing state). Is it my imagination or are the Democrats really worrid when they have to start advertising in Maine, or any New England state? Its interesting to see how this changes will shift the dynamics of the race. President Bush will no longer have to spend as much in some of the states and can shift some of the advertising to more Democrat leaning states such as Cali, New Jersey, New York, etc. I also have a feeling Kerry will have to shift some more money out of some more so called swing states. I think this is playing out like i said. The election is close, just in the wrong states.