November 2nd, 2012
08:17 PM ET

Romney makes last-minute push for Pennsylvania: "He is wasting his time," says Paul Begala

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is making an eleventh-hour push for Pennsylvania with a six million dollar advertisement buy and scheduled campaign events this weekend.

Romney has never led in a single poll in Pennsylvania  since he became the republican nominee.  However, nevertheless, President Barack Obama's hold on the state is slipping.

The most recent poll in October has the President only up by four points - a 7 to 8 point drop from the Summer.

OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors John Avlon, Paul Begala, and Reihan Salam.

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