Solidifying The Base
Candidates are on the trail to solidify the base.
Reaching out to the base, Tea Party Activist Sarah Palin said, "Nancy Pelosi, you're fired. And Mr. Obama and your czars, you're next."
Republicans, with the Tea Party, are in Nevada.
Democrats are courting union, airline workers and steelworkers.
Democratic California Senator Barbara Boxer said, "Their jobs have to stay right here in America."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, "Struggling families, that's what our conversation will be about to day."
First Lady Michelle Obama said, "If you're fired up and ready to go just like you were two years ago then I know that we can keep this movement going."
While Michelle Obama is out campaigning, her husband is raising money…30-thousand dollars a ticket last night.
And the candidates? They're debating. Senate hopefuls in West Virginia last night and Governor's candidates in New York are talking about jobs, taxes, corruption and public trust.
Republican New York Gubernatorial Candidate Carl Paladino said, "The people of the state of New York, they're looking at something to hold on to."
Democratic New York Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Cuomo said, "People just don't have faith in state government anymore."
State races are full of personal attacks.
Politico Andy Barr said, "This kind of negative stuff is an indication, one that they are close and that they're kinda feeling the heat."
With 15 days left, the heat is on.