Meanwhile, over on the Republican side, there is more evidence of a polling surge by Gov. Rick Perry, as a new CNN poll had Perry almost doubling up on long time GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney.
Are we at the point that the term "frontrunner" needs to apply soon to Perry? We should probably wait to get through the three debates set for next month before saying that.
But it does raise questions about Romney's candidacy, and whether Republicans may have found someone who could push the former Massachusetts Governor aside.
We'll get a better sense of the Romney-Perry dynamic today in San Antonio, when Romney speaks at a Veterans of Foreign Wars convention.
It won't really matter what Romney says to the group today, unless he tries to attack Perry - it just matters that he is going to be in the Lone Star State, Perry's home turf.
Perry vs Romney has certainly become the main event in just the last two weeks on the Republican side.
There's still 62 weeks to go.