8. Borscht Belt comedian.
9. Yale Law School professor of international law.
10. Major League Baseball commissioner (what he actually wants to do).
11. Volunteer in Iraq.
12. Quietly lay the groundwork for Gore-Lieberman 2008.
That Quinnipiac Poll showing Lamont leading Lieberman 51-45 has liberal Democrats (who predominate in this primary) dividing 65-32 for Lamont. Moderate and conservative Democrats are 53-43 for Lieberman.
"Joe-Joe," ABC News' Jake Tapper on Sen. Lieberman's slight "bounce." LINK
On this final day of campaigning before voters go to the polls, Lieberman began the day by bringing breakfast to the Fire Fighters at the New Haven Fire House at 8:30 am ET. He then was scheduled to visit workers at a construction site in New Haven at 9:15 am ET.
He speak to employees at Mass Mutual in Enfield at 11:45 am ET, has lunch with customers at Rajun Cajun in Hartford at 12:50 pm ET, meets with customers at Vito's By The Park in Hartford at 5:20 pm ET, and walks through the Hartford Jazz Festival at 6:00 pm ET.
He finishes the day by joining customers for dinner at Anthony Jack's Restaurant in Southington at 7:10 pm ET, and then attending a Little League game between the Glastonbury American and the Colchester, VT team at 8:00 pm ET.
For his part, Ned Lamont was scheduled to visit at 5:00 am ET with third shift workers and ER staff at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital in New London, CT. Lamont wanted to thank them for taking care of 27 people—including three members of his own staff—who were injured last month when a station wagon unintentionally plowed into a crowd at the city's annual Sailfest.
Lamont was then scheduled to visit Electric Boat in Groton, CT from 6:15-7:15 am ET. Lamont is apparently spending most of the rest of the day doing media interviews.
Be sure to tune in to Nightline at 11:35 pm ET for Terry Moran's on-the-road interview with Sen. Lieberman. And you can expect Terry to file from out there on World News with Charles Gibson as well.
"Ney drops out of fall race," Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on embattled Rep. Bob Ney's (R-OH) decision not to seek re-election, citing family strain caused by the ongoing investigation into his relationship with disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff. LINK
"Bob Ney won't seek re-election," the Associated Press on the same, Noting also that state Sen. Joy Padgett (R-OH) will run in his place. LINK
For more on that race, see below. For more on how that impacts Republican chances of holding the seat, see tomorrow's Note.
With Secretary of State Rice by his side, President Bush makes a statement on efforts to halt the fighting in the Middle East at 10:00 am ET at the Bush ranch in Crawford, TX.
Back in Washington, DC, the National Press club Newsmaker Luncheon Program holds a discussion with Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) at 1:00 pm ET on "Energy Freedom: Putting an End to Foreign Oil's Dangerous Grip on America's Future." Gov. Pataki's office is billing his National Press Club appearance as a "major policy speech."