From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
Remember when we asked, what if Tedisco loses by one vote (since he wasn't allowed to vote for himself because he doesn't live in the district)?
Well, one count has the race an exact tie. (Hat tip: Political Wire)
That's not going to last, but for now the State Board of Elections has the race at 77,225 for Democrat Scott Murphy, 77,225 for Republican Jim Tedisco.
The Washington Post looks at the bit of a split between House Republican leader John Boehner and Eric Cantor.
Maureen Dowd nails Obama's psyche (she intimates that he's apparently playing everyone).
Earlier this week, The New York Times magazine profiled "Obama's Rabbi."
CONNECTICUT: "A Democratic challenge to Senator Christopher Dodd emerged [Friday] when Greenwich, Connecticut Democrat Roger Pearson told me he has formed a committee to explore a run for his party's 2010 nomination. The former First Selectman of the Republican bastion says that like many others he 'is very disaffected' with Dodd, who has 'really disappointed a lot of people.' 'I look at the vision this guy is going to try to tell us he has,' Pearson, 63, said late Thursday afternoon. 'Where was he when Phil Gramm was talking about credit default stops and subprime mortgages?'"
IOWA: Chet Culver's re-election in 2010 doesn't look as easy as Chuck Grassley's.
FLORIDA: State Attorney General Bill McCollum is in a statistical dead heat with State CFO Alex Sink, 36%-35%, for governor.