5) The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee hit Montana Rep. Denny Rehberg in another television ad Monday, saying he's "given lobbyists what they want: Tax loopholes for millionaires," and tax breaks for companies that outsource jobs. 4) Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., goes hard on the ethics issues, releasing a new ad calling Democratic opponent Shelley Berkley the "texbook definition of corrupt -- two years in a row," for her "dishonorable mention" on CREW's Most Corrupt 2012. 3) Amid a new ad blitz, Crossroads GPS is releasing their first commercial in a House race this year, Politico reports. The ad is aimed at Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop, running for reelection in New York's 1st District and facing Republican Randy Altschuler. A Crossroads spokesperson said it was just the start of a push "in the tens of millions of dollars" to help Republicans keep the House. 2) Another poll shows Elizabeth Warren with an edge in the Massachusetts Senate race: A Suffolk University/WHDH-TV poll released Tuesday night shows Warren edging Brown, 48 percent to 44 percent -- within the margin of error. It comes on the heels of a poll released Sunday also showing the Democrat with an in-the-margin-of-error lead, and both represent improvement for Warren over previous polls. The surveys come after Warren's prime-time speaking role at the Democratic National Convention, and as she began running her first negative ad. 1) Here's National Journal's Alex Roarty on Mitt Romney's comments, secretly taped at a fundraiser, that 47 percent of Americans want government handouts and will be with President Obama "no matter what:" Meanwhile, part two of the fundraiser video, in which Romney says Palestinians have "no interest whatsoever in establishing peace," was released by Mother Jones.
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