From the article:
But in the waning hours of the most closely watched Democratic primary in the nation, Mr. Lieberman, a three-term incumbent, appears to be ceding some tactical ground to his opponent in favor of running new advertisements emphasizing his message that voters should see him for more than his vote to authorize the war in Iraq.
People affiliated with the campaign said it had dropped plans for a far-reaching — and expensive — get-out-the-vote effort that would have added as many as 4,000 new workers and volunteers to the campaign in its final days.
NICHOLAS CONFESSORE, ANNE E. KORNBLUT and JENNIFER MEDINA. "Lieberman Reduces Effort to Get Out Vote". New York Times. 8/5/06