|Cory Booker picks up some key endorsements today in his Senate run (although can you really call them "key", considering he'd win regardless of what they'd do?).|
Q poll: In Florida, Hillary leads Jeb Bush by 7% and Rubio by 12%.
a. "Hillary has to dump Bill now." -- Margaret Carlson, Bloomberg.
b. "Why Democrats are already jumping aboard the Hillary Clinton bandwagon." -- Josh Kraushaar, National Journal.
c. "Sen Gillibrand: 'I am personally urging Secretary Clinton to run'." -- Daniel Strauss, The Hill.
d. "Claire McCaskill endorses Hillary Clinton for 2016." -- Katie Glueck, Politico.
e. "Why Claire McCaskill is endorsing Hillary Clinton so early." -- Harold Maass, The Week.
f. "Krauthammer's take: Hillary 'eminently defeatable' in 2016." -- National Review.
g. "Hillary Clinton pays 1st ever visit to Gerald Ford Presidential Museum." -- Zane McMillin, Michigan Live.
a. "Biden concedes W.H. gun push falters in Congress." -- Reid Epstein, Politico.
b. "Biden on gun laws: 'We have not given up'." -- Lucy Madison, CBS News.
c. "Biden: You will pay a price for not dealing with gun control." -- Perry Stein, TPM.
d. "Veep's Julia Louis Dreyfus describes lunch with vice president Joe Biden as 'mind blowing' as his staff mirrors characters from the show." -- Cliff Renfrew, The Daily Mail.
e. "Biden, praising congresswoman fighting cancer, names wrong member." -- Dan Friedman, New York Daily News.
a. "Endorsements roll in for Booker." -- Heather Haddon, Wall Street Journal.
b. "Booker hires another Obama veteran for Senate campaign." -- Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill.
c. "Booker, Holt respond to Pallone's call for debates." -- David Giambusso, Star-Ledger.
a. "Cuomo's progressive agenda runs into legislative roadblocks." -- Tom Precious, Buffalo News.
b. "Cuomo continues to meet on women's agenda." -- The AP.
c. "Andrew Cuomo agrees to split up 10-point women's agenda." -- Jon Campbell, lohud.com.
d. "Soros-backed Super PAC to New York pols: Pass reform or we're taking you down." -- Andy Kroll, Mother Jones.
a. "Elizabeth Warren warns that the Supreme Court is becoming a 'subsidiary' of the Chamber of Commerce." -- @LOLGOP, National Memo.
b. "Student loan rates should not increase, Americans say in poll." -- Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post.
a. "Sen Gillibrand: 'I am personally urging Secretary Clinton to run'." -- Daniel Strauss, The Hill.
b. "Gillibrand is 'quite optimistic' about repealing DOMA soon." -- Reid Pillifant, Capital New York.
Days that Hillary Clinton has FROZEN THE FIELD: 225.
a. "Rand Paul blasts Dick Cheney: 'Someone should have been removed from office' for pre-9/11 failures." -- Noah Rothman, Mediaite.
b. "Rand Paul: Marijuana use makes you lazy, lose 'IQ points'." -- Nick Wing, Huffington Post.
c. "Rand Paul: Youth with me on NSA issue." -- Breanna Edwards, Politico.
d. "Rand Paul: Clapper can't be trusted and would not work in my administration." -- Daniel Strauss, The Hill.
e. "Rand Paul: Catch terrorists the old-fashioned way." -- Bloomberg video.
f. "Rand Paul jokes about 'coincidence' of New Hampshire, Iowa visits." -- Alec Hill, The Daily Caller.
g. "Rand Paul is the most interesting man in the (political) world." -- Chris Cillizza, Washington Post.
h. "Rand Paul revives the Fourth Amendment." -- Bruce Fein for The Daily Caller.
i. "Rand Paul responds to TNR cover photo with Facebook poll." -- Perry Stein, TPM.
a. "Christie dismisses claims he couldn't win GOP primary." -- Melanie, Batley, Newsmax.
b. "Chris Christie rips Obama charm offensive." -- Katie Glueck, Politico.
c. "Chris Christie's message to conservative critics: I don't care what you say." -- David Sherfinski, Washington Times.
d. "Christie says no need to decide on White House until 2015." -- Terrence Dopp, Bloomberg.
e. "Chris Christie: Proud Dallas Cowboys fan." -- Rebecca Elliot, Politico.
f. "Chris Christie: Mets are still my team." -- Adam Rubin, ESPN.
a. "Q poll: Florida voters don't like Rubio's handling of immigration, but his approval rating remains steady." -- Alex Leary, Tampa Bay Times.
b. "CBO: Senate immigration bill to save $175 billion." -- Sara Murray and Kristina Peterson, Wall Street Journal.
c. "GOP support on immigration dissipating." -- Manu Raju and Carrie Budoff Brown, Politico.
d. "Rubio won't identify aide who provided controversial quote." -- Jonathan Strong, National Review.
e. "Why Rubio wins if immigration reform loses." -- Isaac Chotner, New Republic.
f. "Gang of 8 has 'de-linked' citizenship and border security." -- Jeffrey Anderson, Weekly Standard.
g. "Allen West challenges Marco Rubio on immigration; won't rule out 2016 primary bid." -- John Matthews, WMAL.
a. "Ed Rendell: 'Princeton and Harvard should be disgraced' that Cruz attended." -- Andrew Johnson, National Review.
b. "Texas man arrested for threatening to kill Sen. Ted Cruz and 'blow up' the sun." -- Fox News Latino.
a. "Back in the fray." -- Kyle Peterson, American Spectator.
b. "Paul Ryan's kind of photo-op." -- Warren Rojas, Roll Call.
a. "Bobby Jindal tells 'bed-wetting' GOP to man up." -- Lauren McGaughy, Times-Picayune.
b. "Bobby Jindal has completely lost touch with reality." -- Josh Barro, Business Insider.
c. "Thank you, Bobby Jindal." -- Matt Purple, American Spectator.
d. "Bobby Jindal signs school prayer, ACT education legislation into law." -- Lauren McGaughy, Times-Picayune.
a. "Kasich makes faith argument for Medicaid." -- Joe Hallet and Catherine Candisky, Columbus Dispatch.
b. "Kasich hopes surplus dollars will end up in taxpayer pockets." -- Brandon Blackwell, Cleveland Plain Dealer.
c. "Rick Perry takes aim at New York." -- James Hohmann, Politico.
d. Larry Sabato: "Scratch Bob McDonnell off presidential candidate list." -- Colleen Kelleher, WTOP.
e. "Allen West challenges Marco Rubio on immigration; won't rule out 2016 primary bid." -- John Matthews, WMAL.
f. "Thune's border fence plan nixed." -- Denise Ross, The Daily Republic.
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