President Obama is making campaign stops in Colorado today and, according to a new poll out this morning, his campaign may need some help in the state.
A Qunnipiac/CBS News/NYT poll shows that Obama's rival Mitt Romney is ahead in Colorado by a margin of 50% to 45%. However, the president is enjoying a lead in two other swing states, beating Romney 49% to 45% in Virginia and 51% to 45% in Wisconsin.
On Starting Point this morning, Obama's deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter responds to this recent polling.
"I think that there are polls all over the place, even the polls that you cited in Virginia," Cutter says. " Ultimately the polls are going to go up and down. It's going to be very close until the end and we're going to fight for every vote."
Cutter also responds to a recent attack ad from the Romney campaign accusing Obama of gutting welfare reform and explains the details behind a pro-Obama Super PAC ad that has been the target of criticism.