5) A judge has given the green light to Florida's new congressional map -- a blow to Democrats challenging it. 4) This isn't likely to win him some much-needed good will: If he loses the May 8 primary to state Treasurer Richard Mourdock: Sen. Richard Lugar is not saying whether he will support Mourdock in the general election, the Evansville Courier & Press reports. 3) Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., opposes President Obama's health care law, but takes advantage of it to keep his 23-year-old daughter on his congressional health plan, the Boston Globe reports. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Warren's heritage continues to dominate the race. New evidence shows she's 1/32 American Indian while Warren's campaign manager says "the qualifications and ability of a woman are being called into question by Scott Brown who did the same thing with the Supreme Court nomination of Elena Kagan. It's outrageous." 2) Obama's campaign has launched a new TV ad in Iowa, Virginia, and Ohio defending his record on energy while attacking Mitt Romney for outsourcing jobs and having a Swiss bank account. 1) Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's fundraising pace is shattering previous records: He raised $13 million in the most recent campaign filing period, bringing his total to more than $25 million raised since January 2011, the Wisconsin State journal reports. While you can find Walker's fundraising numbers, finding his campaign office is a more difficult task.