–It looks like Gov. Ted Strickland’s fate is more or less sealed in Ohio, according to the latest Quinnipiac numbers.
–Esteemed Swamp alum Karen Tumulty pulls out this amazing factoid on Meg Whitman’s “carpet-bombing” of the California airwaves:
Lately, she has been running more than 1,300 television spots a day, according to the Campaign Media Analysis Group, which tracks political advertising.
–Florida gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott can’t like the front page of today’s St Pete Times:
–Gov. Chris Cristie won’t reconsider nixing the Hudson tunnel without additional federal funding.
–Rep. Tom Perriello and the National Education Association are airing ads twin ads against Republican Robert Hurt in Virginia’s Fifth CD:
UPDATE: That NEA ad is a roughly $250,000, nine-day buy running in the Roanoke-Lynchburg and Charlottesville markets.
–Obama’s name was at the center of last night’s West Virginia Senate debate.
–Justice hits Michigan BlueCross BlueShield with an antitrust suit.
What did I miss?