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Hotline Sort: Heinrich's Momentum

September 10, 2012
5) The focus has been on September 25 as the deadline for GOP Senate nominee Todd Akin to drop out of the race -- but is it actually several days earlier? The St. Louis Beacon:

Although Sept. 25 is attracting attention as the legal deadline for Republican U.S. Senate nominee Todd Akin to seek a court order to drop out, Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan says that other legal deadlines actually kick in a few days earlier. ... She explained that, by federal law, Missouri paper ballots to be mailed to eligible voters in the military and overseas must be sent out by Sept. 22. Because that's a Saturday, she expects most local election authorities to send out the ballots by Friday, Sept. 21. ... As a result, any post-Sept. 21 decision by Akin to go to court to drop out by Sept. 25 would mean that his name would remain on the military and overseas ballots. And any new ballots sent out with his replacement's name would then violate the Sept. 22 requirement.

4) Tammy Baldwin is launching her latest ad in the Wisconsin Senate race, a spot that hits Tommy Thompson on "cutting a sweetheart deal with drug companies" while working for George W. Bush. "Then, Tommy made millions working for a lobbying firm that represents drug companies," intones the narrator. 3) The NRCC launched a big ad blitz, targeting 11 GOP-held districts and 10 Democratic-held districts, plus the member-versus-member seat in Iowa in its latest round of spending. Read more on the buy here. 2) On NBC's "Meet the Press," Mitt Romney said he would keep some element's of Obama's health care bill -- a notable shift. 1) Obama outraised Romney in August -- the first time since April the president has done so. The Obama campaign and DNC raised over $114 million, while Romney and supporting GOP committees brought in $111.6 million.
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