— -- Vice President Joe Biden campaigns Tuesday in the battleground state of New Hampshire and on Mitt Romney's home turf in Massachusetts. The topic: the economy? The question: Will Biden ratchet up the Bain attack?
Romney, meanwhile, has fundraisers in New York and Connecticut. N.J. Gov. Chris Christie will join him at the New York event. It will be interesting to see if there is a response to the Bain attacks — from Romney, Christie or both.
There are Republican presidential primaries Tuesday in Arkansas and Kentucky that will add to Romney's delegate tally.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., speaks at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Calif. The title of his speech is "A Rendezvous with Reagan's Legacy: Lessons for 2012." Ryan has been mentioned as a possible vice presidential candidate.
And then there is this: The John Edwards jury is in its third day of deliberations. Is Tuesday the day for a verdict?
Sources: Yahoo! News, Associated Press
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