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Mary Beth Cahill joins pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA

A top strategist joins Obama’s super PAC, Mitt Romney endorses Connie Mack, Herman Cain endorses Mitt Romney, and Scott Walker’s job numbers cause contrversy.

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* Veteran Democratic strategist Mary Beth Cahill has been hired by the pro-Obama super PAC Priorities USA as a consultant. “Mary Beth brings an enormous wealth of experience in national campaigns and we couldn’t be happier that she’s joining,” said Priorities co-founder Bill Burton. The group has struggled to attract major donors. Here’s a good profile of her from when she worked for Sen. John Kerry’s presidential campaign.

* Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) released revised jobs numbers today for 2011 and already has them on the air in a new ad. Data from the Current Employment Survey showed a 33,900 drop in jobs. Walker’s numbers, from a Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages to be issued on June 28, show a 23,300 gain. The new data has yet to be reviewed by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Democrats are crying foul. Either way, Walker is far from his promise of creating 250,000 new jobs, but a poll released today shows him leading by six points.

* Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is not trying to win his home state of Massachusetts. “That’s not been a topic of discussion,” Romney campaign adviser Kevin Madden told the AP. Aides are instead claiming Michigan as Romney’s home turf and potentially winnable.

* President Obama
tried to woo congressional Republicans with sandwiches today.

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