Long time listeners will remember my line - "the schedule tells a story" - and for Clinton and Trump, this week's schedule certainly does give us some insight:
+ Clinton is focused on fundraising now, knowing she won't have as much time for it in another month
+ Trump is also focused on raising money, but every day when he is not in a swing state is a day lost to the sands of time
Trump was supposed to do events this week in Denver and Las Vegas, but those were scrapped - as were visits next week to Oregon and Washington State.
He was showing no signs of worry on Monday night at a rally in Ohio, as Trump several times predicted a big win in November.
Meanwhile, Trump is finally getting ads up on television in swing states - but he is well behind Clinton in terms of how much money his campaign has spent on TV.
And the polling averages in swing states are showing just how far Trump has to climb to catch Clinton.
You can see that four years ago, Obama barely led in Virginia and Colorado, had a small edge in New Hampshire, and was way ahead in Pennsylvania.
Four years later, Clinton is up big in all four of those states.
Eleven weeks to go. A lot can still change, but for now, the edge is clearly to Clinton over Trump.