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Hotline Sort: Pryor Keeps His Distance From Obama

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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