I’ll be watching primary returns tonight, and writing a TPMCafe column (probably on Bloody Kansas), and will report whatever seems interesting tomorrow. As always, Daily Kos Elections has a fine preview.
Here are some remains of the day:
* Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Daniel Malloy reports NRSC about to hit Michelle Nunn with $2.5 million worth of attack ads in the Atlanta market.
* National Interest’s John Allen Gay pens a long and critical analysis of Ted Cruz’s foreign policy views as too neoconish.
* Intriguing proposal for right-wing third party that would spring into existence only after massive pledges of support and money. Hoped-for leader is, of course: St. Joan of the Tundra. Just her kind of gig: it’s all sorta unreal.
* At Ten Miles Square, Jonathan Bernstein concedes that current polarization different from that of the past, especially with respect to “dysfunctions in the broken Republican Party.”
* At College Guide, Andre Perry argues for moving teacher training classes out of university campuses and into urban schools.
And in non-political news:
* Gannett the latest media company to announce spinoff of its print publishing arm.
That’s it for Tuesday. We’ll close with this hilarious 1982 video of the Kansas-based punk band The Embarrassment covering Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” in what appears to be someone’s back yard.
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