Pointing to John McCain's home state as justification for the expensive, and sometimes derided 50-state strategy he implemented four years ago, DNC Chairman Howard Dean says Arizona is within reach.
"The polls showed us down two here in Arizona. That's the kind of margin you can overcome if people will get out and vote," said Dean.
"Our plan four years ago was that the road to the White House leads through the West," Dean said. "We wanted to take Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Arizona and, possibly, Montana. And we have a shot in all those states."
Electoral-vote.com shows a four point spread in AZ, which is still far too close for McCain's comfort and is sure to be a source of embarassment should he lose tonight.