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Hotline Sort: Pryor Keeps His Distance From Obama

April 10, 2012
4) Former Rep. Mark Neumann is first out of the gate with first quarter fundraising numbers in the Wisconsin Senate race. He brought in $650,000, none of which came from his own pocket. 3) Wil Cardon's latest TV ad in the Arizona Senate race tackles immigration -- an issue that represents a vulnerability for Rep. Jeff Flake, who formerly supported comprehensive reform. The ad says Cardon favors "no taxpayer funded in-state tuition for children of illegal immigrants" and "no amnesty for illegal immigrants." 2) Obama holds a 51-44 percent lead over Mitt Romney in the latest ABC News/Washington Post survey. Obama leads big among women (57-38 percent) but Romney leads among men by eight points. 1) The Hotline's latest round of Veepstakes is up this morning and there is a new number one: Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, who shoots to the top from the number six position. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., retains the number two position while the previous number one, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, is number three on the list. Check out the full top ten here.
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