FOX News: Rahm Emanuel, who choked up while talking about his family, thanked his staff and added: "I'm sure you've learned some words that you've never heard before." He also threw in some Chicago shout-outs, touting the Chicago Bears and pledging to "make our hometown even greater" in a preview of the mayoral race to come.
Republican candidate for New York governor sits down with Megyn Kelly.
Sharron Angle ad: "Let's be honest. We tried it Harry Reid's way, and it didn't work."
During a Palm Beach Post editorial board interview, Charlie Crist was asked if he would have left the Republican Party if he were 20 points up in the polls. Crist replied "absolutely." When pressed by the board about saying in February and March that he wouldn't leave the GOP, Crist replied, "Things change."
In a new add, the NRCC hits back at Rep. Alan Grayson for his ad that tagged opponent Dan Webster "Taliban Dan," calling the congressman "a national embarrassment."
From YouTube description: Al Gore shows up for Kendrick Meek Rally in Tampa. Starts talking about the environment. He was confronted about global warming.
Dr. Charles Krauthammer: It contradicts what the President said about keeping your plan.
"I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they, the people in this country who are Jewish, are an oppressed minority? Yeah," CNN's Rick Sanchez said. (source: Pete Dominick)
MSNBC: Keith Olbermann and Mother Jones’ David Corn explains how Republican Tea Party Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s phony claim about attending Oxford University could hurt her in the midterms.
Bill O'Reilly: Ms. Whitman is being attacked in a very personal way by her former maid, an illegal alien.
MSNBC: Rachel Maddow shares a look at the invitation for an RNC event at which Sarah Palin is the featured speaker despite her history and differences with the party. Couples can meet the abortive governor for $30,400.