Fox News reports Carville and Begala are going back to Clintons. Carville denies it. [RCP]
The high turnout in New Hampshire will help John McCain and Barack Obama, says an analyst. [The Hill]
John Edwards uses a Hillary Clinton line, tells a reporter that unlike Obama, he’s been “vetted.” [CNN]
The leader of the Kenyan opposition tells the BBC he’s Obama’s cousin. [Ben]
Noam Schieber develops an equation for the Clinton campaign based on its increasing similarity to Rudy Giuliani’s. [The Stump]
By the end of 2008 candidates and interest groups will have spent a record $3 billion on TV ads. [Financial Times]
And John Koblin and Choire Sicha do some close analysis of the Romney boys. [Daily Transom]
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