Thursday Night Round-Up
Minnesota: Minnesota Monitor debunks rhetoric over where Norm Coleman's campaign funds are coming from. (HT: MNCR)
Nebraska: The Nebraska Democratic Party reports on polling they've done that finds "Hagel earns a net negative job performance score statewide with 42 percent of voters saying he is doing an excellent-to-good job, while a majority, 50 percent, says fair-to-poor." (HT: DaveSund)
Colorado: MyDD's Singer looks at the candidate downgrade by the CO-GOP from Scott McInnis to Bob Schaffer.
New Jersey: CQPolitics looks at the crop of possible NJ-GOP challengers to incumbent Democratic Senator Frank Lautenberg and offers this summation:
If New Jersey Republicans are to stage a serious challenge next year to Democratic Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, it appears at least at this early juncture in the campaign cycle that they will have to do it without a big-name candidate.Georgia: "Conservative Democrat" Vernon Jones is having a very difficult time getting his fundraising operation off the ground in his challenge to "Shameless" Saxby Chambliss.