FLORIDA: Rick Scott’s approval has tanked. A Quinnipiac poll finds him with just a 29%-57% job approval, “the worst score of any governor in the states surveyed by Quinnipiac,” the polling firm writes in a release.
KENTUCKY: “At least twice in recent years, Gov. Steve Beshear's office called the Kentucky Retirement Systems to suggest meetings with two of the governor's Democratic political supporters who were working on behalf of private investment companies,” the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.
MASSACHUSETTS: The Boston Globe’s headline: “Warren does not rule out a run.” The paper caught up with her briefly on Capitol Hill yesterday: “In a brief interview yesterday, as she was rushing down a hallway after testifying on Capitol Hill, Warren offered the standard non-denial of interest in a Senate run: ‘I’m working on the consumer protection agency, that’s 14 hours a day, that’s what I’m working on,’ she said.”