"The ground game in the form of candidate visits shows a bias in favor of the pivotal and vote rich I-4 Corridor," he said. "Because Romney has contested this state, has more money, and a much more established organization, I would suspect that he has a nontrivial number of volunteers assigned to mobilize voters. I doubt Gingrich can compete with Romney's ground game."
So, what kinds of political ads can area residents expect to be inundated with?
"Because Florida is so populous, as usual, most of the spending is going to the air war; TV, Internet, radio," McKee said.
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