I’ll obviously have results and maybe a few other things to say early tomorrow about today’s primaries, especially in North Carolina. It’s one of those times of the year when it’s really an advantage to be a Left Coaster wide awake when the final results from Back East come in.
Here are some remains of the day:
* L.A. Times‘ Maeve Reston takes a close look at Mary Landrieu’s effort to mobilize African-American voters, a key to her survival in November.
* The Hill‘s Alexandra Jaffe looks at possibility next week’s NE GOP SEN primary is getting nasty enough to produce a surprise winner like 2012’s Deb Fischer.
* Hey junkies: Daily Kos Elections now has interactive maps of 2012 presidential results–plus legislative results–for state legislative districts nationwide.
* At Ten Miles Square, Michael O’Hare suggests state legislatures that stop Medicaid expansion could be the real “death panels.”
* At College Guide, Jon Marcus notes colleges are slow to give veterans an opportunity to earn credit for skills they’ve acquired in military.
And in non-political news:
* Some thoughts from an Episcopal priest about the divorce of pioneer gay bishop Gene Robinson.
Let’s close for Tuesday with one more Spinal Tap video, a tribute to bad rental housing: “Hell Hole.”