The Washington Examiner reports on its new interview with VA Gov. Bob McDonnell:
[McDonnell] admitted Tuesday that the Republican presidential contender's ground game isn't close to matching that of President Obama in the Old Dominion, a state of vital importance to both campaigns.
"The ground game's not there yet," McDonnell said Tuesday in a wide-ranging interview with editors and reporters from The Washington Examiner.
The Virginia governor said he believes Romney still has time to catch up and will make up for any disparity by contrasting the president's first-term record with Romney's vision for the country's future.
Obama currently has a 3.2% edge in the RCP average of Virginia polls and has led in 9 of 13 surveys in the state this year.