Days until South Carolina Republican primary: 3. Days until South Carolina Democratic primary: 10.
Days until Nevada Democratic caucuses: 3. Days until Nevada Republican caucuses 6.
Days until SEC Primary: 13.
SBillionaires unite: Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban wants to see Michael Bloomberg run for president. (Houston Chronicle)
ome of the women on the publicly released "Texas Women for Trump Coalition" list don't actually support Donald Trump. And they are not amused. (Dallas Morning News)
Tarrant County, which includes Fort Worth, saw record-breaking Republican turnout on the first day of early voting Tuesday. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Elections officials across the state are bracing for huge turnout. (Texas Tribune)
Hillary Clinton's campaign weighed in against a bill approved by the Alabama House that would block Birmingham from raising its local minimum wage. (AL.com)
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine's stumping for Hillary Clinton looks like a vice presidential tryout. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
John Kasich is scheduled to visit Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond on Monday, while Donald Trump and Ben Carson have upcoming events scheduled at Regent University in Virginia Beach. (Pat Robertson is the chancellor there at Regent.) (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Marco Rubio rolled out a dozen new state lawmaker endorsements, including the president of the state Senate. Several were former Mike Huckabee backers. (Arkansas Public Radio)
To kick off early voting, Hillary Clinton's campaign sent U.S. Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., (a Morehouse grad) across the border to historically black Shorter College in Little Rock to tout Clinton's candidacy. (Arkansas Democrat Gazette)
Donald Trump's campaign pushed a bogus quote from former Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn calling Ted Cruz dishonest. Coburn called it an "absolute fabrication." (McCarville Report)
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