Fox's Chris Wallace talked to Obama campaign manager David Plouffe about the Obama's campaign's recent decision to run campaign ads in North Dakota, Georgia and Arizona. Wallace asked Plouffe if this was an "arrogant" strategy.

Plouffe replied that he thought that John McCain's campaign had been arrogant. "They were asleep at the switch and thought those states would not be competitive. So we had two or three months head start advertising, organizing. So in North Dakota, Georgia and Arizona, we think we have the playing field to ourselves. We think all three will be close and we're going to give it a shot," said Plouffe.

This video is from Fox's Fox News Sunday, broadcast November 2, 2008.

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