Today in Ad Watch: Rapid response ads suffer on slow news days, President Obama defends his Medicare cuts, and an Ohio senate candidate goes on spring break.
The Government Integrity Fund, a previously unknown group, has poured money into ads bashing Ohio senator Sherrod Brown and praising his Republican opponent.
Conservatives are paying close attention to the composition of the Senate, knowing that their last chance to overturn the healthcare law is with a Republican president and a Senate majority. But the odds of Republicans taking back the upper chamber are no better than 50-50.
President Obama's support of gay marriage makes most Americans happy, but it won't change whether they'll support him in November. Meanwhile, all those angry Republican voters are actually the people with the best emotional well-being. Here's our guide to today's polls and why they matter.
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