Today's installment of campaign-related news items that wouldn't generate a post of their own, but may be of interest to political observers:
The final Zogby tracking poll in Pennsylvania shows Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama by 10 percentage points, 51 percent to 41 percent.
In national polls, the latest numbers from USA Today/Gallup show Obama solidifying his support nationwide. He now leads among Democrats 50 percent to 40 percent, and the 10-point gap is up 3 percentage points from a month ago. The news was not all bad for Clinton, though -- in hypothetical general election matchups, her margin of victory over John McCain (50-44) was greater than Obama's (47-44).
Jon Stewart asked Obama Monday night if he planned, once in office, to "enslave the white race." Obama responded, "That is not our plan, Jon, but I think your paranoia might make you suitable as a debate moderator."
Good advice: "Clinton, speaking to reporters in Conshohocken [this morning], said she'd campaign for a united Democratic Party, no matter who's the nominee. 'Anybody who supports Barack or me would be very foolish to think voting for Senator McCain makes any sense,' she said."
Remember Ron Paul? Apparently, he has been running radio ads in Pennsylvania in advance of today's primary. (Yes, technically there really is a Republican primary.)
I guess the long campaign is taking its toll -- Clinton's favorable numbers have actually fallen below Obama's and McCain's in New York.