What’s clear is that both campaigns want to win Ohio, and the Romney campaign needs to win here.Until the final ballots are cast, both sides will exude confidence in hopes of picking up any voters waiting to jump on what appears to be the winning bandwagon.

The major disagreements come down to evaluating just who has voted — and whether the Obama campaign is ahead or behind its 2008 turnout operation. And indeed there’s a hefty amount of trash-talking involved.

BuzzFeed asked the Republican National Committee to annotate the Obama Campaign memo; and asked a well-informed Democratic operative to annotate the Romney Camapign’s memo.