The Romney campaign and the Republican National Committee have more than 60 staffers in Pennsylvania for the closing two weeks of the presidential election, a RNC official told The Huffington Post.

The official added that they are planning how many more to add as Republicans begin to view the Keystone State as in play this November. It’s not entirely clear whether the staffing is being done as a head-fake for Democrats or out of general electoral optimism…

There is another explanation for why Republicans would move staffers to Pennsylvania. It is home to a surprisingly close Senate contest. Coal magnate Tom Smith, having poured millions of his own money into the race, is running tight with Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D). RNC staffers could help with that race in addition to aiding Romney.