A bagful of developments overnight:
1. A big FLA GOV debate last night, but the headline is that Democrat Alex Sink violated debate rules by having a make-up artist show her a text message relating to something factual. The headline from the dean of the FL political press corps calls her a "Cheat." Sink fires the aide who sent the message.
Neither Sink nor Rick Scott (R) performed especially well. Both botched answers on the minimum wage. Sink was ribbed by the moderator for her reliance on newspaper endorsements.
2. In CA, GOPer Meg Whitman declares "we're going to win" ... Is MegMometum like JoeMentum in '04? Whitman releases an ad acknowledging that voters don't like her or Jerry Brown, but she's got a better story. .... The NRSC sinks millions more into Carly Fiorina's campaign.
3. AK SEN: The GOP and Sarah Palin double down on Joe Miller a day after he admits ethical lapses. Is it a sign that Lisa Murkowski is gaining traction?
4. NV SEN: A low-level Harry Reid aide named Diana Tejada apparently lied to the FBI about the status of her relationship with a Lebanese man. The incident occurred before she was employed by Reid; she was fired when the incident came to light. Sharron Angle will pursue this tomorrow. Tejada was not charged. She "admitted receiving payment for "some of her expenses" in exchange for fraudulently marrying BAssam Mahmoud Tarhini in 2003, strictly so he could obtain permanent U.S. residency, according to court documents," per Fox News. Gerard Depardieu he's not.