The Washington Post's Peter Slevin reports that the Obama campaign is dispatching 3,600 full-time volunteers to 17 states for six weeks of intensive, well, we don't really know, but I would suspect that voter registration will occupy a lot of their time.

Under the radar screen, the Obama campaign has been hosting thousands of house parties for undecided voters across the country; normally, campaigns use the model to organize caucuses or primaries, but Obama has taken it to the next level.

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