Elsewhere: Voting Problems, Ad Counts, Endorsements

Some Florida voters encounter problems.

Rush Limbaugh is one of them.

Claire McCaskill says Barack Obama did not snub Hillary Clinton: “There was a wave. There was a friendly moment.”

Bill de Blasio says there will be a study of downzoning in Carroll Gardens.

Bill Richardson is torn over an endorsement.

This is probably what the Clinton campaign meant by “misleading attacks.”

Hillary Clinton is so calm in her new ad it’s almost soothing.

When asked, Michael Bloomberg is incredibly diplomatic about Rudy Giuliani.

Eliot Spitzer remains behind Clinton.

So do Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Kerry Kennedy.

Brooklyn Republicans have called a meeting to discuss an endorsement contingency plan.

Daily Gotham fact-checks Vito Fossella’s Sunday column.

Brooklyn politicians are talking about residential parking permits.

Obama officially accepts the endorsement of the Governor of Kansas.

Mitt Romney has aired way more ads than other Republican candidates. Giuliani is second.

The Governor of Connecticut will endorse McCain.

Bill Clinton is restrained in New Jersey.

Joe Lieberman says McCain can beat the Democrats in the general election.

Obama is big in Queens as well as Brooklyn.

Ben notes some more independent help for Obama in California.

McCain’s going on Leno Thursday night.

Ralph Reed says of the attacks between McCain and Romney, "Don’t over-interpret the healthy intra-family, back-and-forth in a party." Elsewhere: Voting Problems, Ad Counts, Endorsements