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Topic - Elizabeth Wilner
Independent groups, not the Obama and Romney campaigns, have pushed to make states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan and Minnesota and even Wisconsin more competitive, Ms. Wilner said.
"The cake was basically baked in May. The states you're seeing in play have stayed the same," Ms. Wilner said. "The candidates never made real investments in any other states. The independent groups are the first to go in to a state and the first to go out."