Washington (CNN) – Romney campaign officials held several calls Tuesday with Republican opinion makers in Washington trying to reassure them, one participant confirmed to CNN. The officials said they believed Mitt Romney was narrowly ahead in Ohio, the source said.
"We feel very good about how things are trending today," Romney campaign senior adviser Ed Gillespie told Wolf Blitzer on CNN's "Situation Room." He added: "Ohio looks very, very strong for Governor Romney, and we'll carry it tonight."
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The campaign also told the conference calls with supporters, which includes activists and surrogates, it had out-spent the Obama campaign during the last week.
Politico first the reported the call.