President Obama has rebounded since the Democratic National Convention. Should the Romney campaign be concerned? Not according to a Romney pollster.

FOX News Radio's Chris Foster reports with this Election Update:

From America's Election Headquarters.

President Obama and the Democrats see a bump in fundraising and the polls, since their convention. A pollster for Mitt Romney's campaign sends a memo saying: Don't get too worked up about the latest polls. Voters just have what he calls 'a sugar high'.

White House spokesman Jay Carney's response:

(Carney) "We have always believed that this will be a very close race. And that continues to be the President's belief as well as the belief of those around him."

Mitt Romney, holding a rally in Mansfield, Ohio, and a fundraiser in Chicago.

Chris Foster, FOX News Radio.