DETROIT - With a flurry of polls released in the last week showing the presidential race tightening in Michigan, one national political website is now calling Michigan a toss-up.
That's an assessment Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Mark Brewer isn't buying.
"The Obama campaign never really left Michigan they've had a constant presence here ever since the 2008 campaign. Twenty-four offices around the state," said Brewer.
Brewer's skepticism is met with jubilation from the Romney campaign. They do believe this is a toss-up and are playing to win.
"We have knocked on 150,000 doors on a single Saturday. It's incredible we've hit our 2 millionth voter contact. Our grassroots are energized and continue to grow stronger," said Kelsey Knight, a Romney MI spokeswoman.
Local 4's pollster, Richard Czuba, sees the race tightening. WDIV/Detroit News poll numbers from this week show President Obama up 6.7 percent in Michigan.
"This is not done by any stretch of the imagination; anything can happen here and it's going to be a very interesting three weeks," Czuba said.
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