MN's Tim Pawlenty says he's NOT being vetted.
Howard Wolfson says Hillary Clinton is not being vetted.
But Chris Dodd told the AP that he IS being vetted and is turning over documents. There's been some inquiries, yeah," Dodd said. "They ask for a lot of stuff. I'll leave it there." Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO): "I'm not going to talk about it."
Compiled by NBC/NJ's Mike Memoli…
DEMOCRATS: Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D-KS) "is no longer denying" that she's being vetted. "Any discussion about this process is being done by the campaign itself," she said when asked. By the way, Sebelius will lead a delegation to England to promote the state's aviation industry. and
Gov. Bill Richardson (D-NM), asked if he's being vetted on "Morning Joe": "I'm not gonna get into any of that stuff," he said. But he did cut his hair.
The wife of Evan Bayh is being criticized for the poor performance of Indiana's Emmis Communications.
Edwards was doing his best for Obama in Connecticut yesterday and is in New Jersey today.
REPUBLICANS: McCain gave the customary praise to Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN) during his stop at the state headquarters, calling him "one of the great governors of this United States of America, a great friend and a great leader. ... How proud I am of his leadership of this great progressive state." But "I have not been asked to provide any documents or information to the McCain campaign," Pawlenty said earlier.
Gov. Charlie Crist (R-FL) is defending the cost of his European trade mission, which includes his fiancé.
THE CHATTERING CLASS: Ken Vogel looks how potential veeps have made subtle shifts to position themselves for a selection.
Chris Cillizza re-ranks the VP contenders. On the GOP side: Romney, Pawlenty, Ridge, Jindal, Thune. On the Dem side: Kaine, Bayh, Sebelius, Biden, Clinton.