Two days and counting

Very curious that the ProJo skips any endorsement today, even on the Republican side, for Tuesday's primary.

In related news,

-- Brown's Jen Lawless is out with a poll showing 42 percent of respondents for Clinton, 37 percent for Obama, and a whopping 22 percent undecided.

-- The Obama campaign has launched what it calls an unprecedented GOTV effort:

On Saturday, thousands of grassroots supporters and volunteers participated in the GOTV kickoff by door-knocking and calling tens of thousands of voters across the state. Canvasses will launch daily through Tuesday at 9:00 AM and 2:30 PM from 15 staging locations across the state, and phonebanks will operate across the state all day.  

U.S. Senator John Kerry will fire up volunteers in Providence and Newport tomorrow, Monday March 3rd, before they head out to canvass. In addition, key foreign policy advisor, Tony Lake, the former National Security Advisor in the Clinton Administration, will participate in a house party tonight, one of 33 house parties set up by grassroots supporters. On Monday, Lake will lead a foreign policy discussion at the University of Rhode Island and speak about Obama’s judgment to lead this country forward and keep America safe.

-- The Clinton campaign staged a conf call today with 18 admirals, generals, and senior defense officials explaning why they support Hillary.

-- The Clinton campaign today had a volunteer rally featuring Sheldon Whitehouse and a busload of Latino supporters from New York.

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