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Hotline Sort: Crossroads' Six Senate Targets

4) Crossroads GPS is going up with a $4.7 million ad buy in 6 key Senate races -- Nevada, Virginia, Missouri, Ohio, Montana, and Wisconsin. Here's the Wisconsin spot, hitting Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin on "wasteful spending" a day after the state's GOP primary. 3) Since announcing Ryan's addition to the ticket, the Romney campaign has raised $7.4 million, per a tweet from Romney spokesperson Andrea Saul. 2) Check out Hotline on Call for full coverage of last night's primaries in Wisconsin, Florida, Connecticut, and Minnesota. There was a big upset in Florida's 3rd District GOP primary, where Rep. Cliff Stearns appears to have fallen short, trailing to veterinarian Ted Yoho with all precincts reporting. In Florida's member-vs.-member GOP primary, Rep. John Mica defeated Rep. Sandy Adams. And Rep. Connie Mack easily won Florida's GOP Senate primary, while in Connecticut Linda McMahon and Rep. Chris Murphy will face each other in the general election. 1) Tommy Thompson won Wisconsin's GOP Senate primary, vanquishing businessman Eric Hovde, former Rep. Mark Neumann, and Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald at 12 percent. His win is good news for Republicans -- he was considered their strongest choice for the general election. -- Steven Shepard contributed.

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