Compiled by NBC/NJ's Mike Memoli
DEMOCRATS: Roger Lau, John Kerry's Senate campaign manager, said the former nominee isn't interested in VP. "I can't be more clear about this. No. Not interested," Lau told PolitickerMA.com. "The only job John Kerry is running for, contemplating, or considering, is the one he already has as senator from Massachusetts." But Lau wouldn't say if Kerry is being vetted.
Mark Warner again said he's not interested in VP, as his daughters have expressed "their hope that I will not engage in national politics beyond the Senate race while they are still in high school."
Chris Cillizza makes the case for Gov. Tim Kaine (D-VA): He'd help win VA; he's spoken often about his faith; he speaks fluent Spanish and could help reach out to Latinos; and he and Obama are "as close as two politicians can be."
REPUBLICANS: On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Romney said he would not address speculation about a McCain-Romney ticket. "I'm happy to support it, but I'm not anticipating being part of it." Later, he said he and McCain have never had a conversation about the vice presidency. "It's a decision he's going to make all by himself." The Detroit Free Press says there's a lot of buzz in Michigan about McCain-Romney.
Virginia GOP chair Jeff Frederick likes Gov. Mark Sanford (R-SC) for McCain, saying he "could appeal to conservatives not enthralled with Mr. McCain."