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RNC's Spicer: 'I Feel Good Where We Are Now'

By    |   Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014 06:07 PM

The GOP is looking good in its quest to capture six Democratic Senate seats in the midterm elections, says Sean Spicer, communications director for the Republican National Committee.

"I feel very good where we are now," Spicer said Wednesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"I feel good about the fact that we're expanding the map. We're looking at places like Iowa and Colorado and New Hampshire and Virginia, states that weren't really deemed competitive by outside handicappers just a few months ago in the summer.

"And now we're talking about being up in a few or being within the margin of error in the other."

Spicer said President Barack Obama is avoiding states where he's not wanted by Democratic candidates fearful of his declining popularity.

"If you look at where the president is going, he's going to Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Michigan," he said.

"He's staying in blue states because he can't get any of the candidates in sort of the purple states or even some blue-leaning states and definitely not the red states to want to campaign with him and that's very telling."

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