The Hagan campaign says it's raised more than $120K online in the past five days. The polls are strong. And Dole is reeling from reports that she spent a total of just 33 days in North Carolina over two years of her term (the focus of Hagan's online fundraising at the moment).
Now Hagan is battering Dole's record on the Senate Banking committee, pointing to legislation Dole advanced as recently as March of this year that would have loosened regulation of financial firms, and noting large contributions by the financial industry to both Dole and the NRSC under her leadership.
Meanwhile, the NCDP and the Obama campaign seem to have a strong ground game underway. An Obama win here may still be a stretch, but Hagan clearly has a good shot at becoming the first NC Democrat since Sam Ervin in 1968 elected to the Senate in a presidential year.