Romney: Mitt Romney's finance chair says his 3 day NY fundraising trip will raise over $10 million. This come on top of a $10 million, two-day swing across Florida last week.
Crossroads: Crossroads GPS has bought $8 million of ad time in Florida, Michigan, Vermont and New Hampshire, Ohio, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Nevada , Iowa and North Carolina. The first flight of ads is from May 23-29, and the second from May 30-June 5.
Arizona Senate: Richard Carmona's former boss at HHS is accusing him of some pretty crazy things. Among them, she says he would come banging on her door and screaming in the middle of the night over workplace disputes.
Indiana Gov: Rep. Mike Pence has selected state Rep. Sue Ellspermann as his running mate.
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