Morning Examiner: Carnahan underperforms

Big Brother is watching your phone company.

Missouri: Carnahan not meeting expectations.

Minor party status for Colorado GOP would give “the state party little vetting control and potentially flooding the party with unpracticed and unattractive candidates.” You see, they were doing such a great job vetting candidates before.

Only 47 percent of Calif. Hispanics approve of Obama, 47 percent disapprove.

North Carolina: “During the 2008 Democratic sweep, black Democratic women led all groups during the 17 days of early voting. But during the first three days of early voting this year, it is white Republican men.”

Gallup numbers still dicey for Dems. PPP is looking rosier for them each day, though.

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