The New York Times on campaign spending and why Sheldon Adelson stands alone.
FLORIDA: "Sheldon Adelson, the gambling magnate who pretty much kept Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign in business, wrote a $250,000 check to Gov. Rick Scott's "Let's Get to Work" political action committee last week, records show," The Tampa Bay Times reports.
MASSACHUSETTS: "Sen. Scott Brown hit Elizabeth Warren where it hurts Thursday by questioning his Democratic challenger’s integrity and accusing the Harvard professor of lying about her Native American heritage. Asked about Warren’s recent claim that Brown is cozying up to Wall Street executives by trying to weaken financial regulations and create loopholes, the Massachusetts Republican charged that Warren has failed to demonstrate to voters that she is an honest candidate. “It’s funny, when you’re running for elective office, especially high elective office, you really — you have to pass a test. And the test is about truthfulness, credibility and honesty,” Brown said on “Fox & Friends.” “And quite frankly, she’s failed that test as evidenced by her claiming to be a Native American and checking the box and making misrepresentations to not only Harvard but Penn.” The first-term senator added, “It’s no different here. She can rewrite her own history but she can’t rewrite mine,”" POLITICO writes.