Deb Fischer’s surprise win and the most competitive county in Va. | #campaignreads

What political news have you missed since you checked your paper, RSS feed, or Twitter this morning? Lots of campaign coverage on the aftermath of the Nebraska Senate primary, Mitt Romney’s morning campaigning in Florida, and White House news (some of which isn’t even related to hoagies).

Here are links to the stories that will bring you up to speed, courtesy of those who tweet it for a living.

and what Henrico story would be complete w/out nods to Godwin and Freeman cc: @jmartpolitico @jtuckermartin @ryanobles bit.ly/JGHhBA

— Peter Hamby (@PeterHambyCNN) May 16, 2012

ten things to know about Deb Fischer’s win wapo.st/JG7Red

— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) May 16, 2012

Obama raises $43.6 million in April wapo.st/Jqsxrv

— Rachel Weiner (@FixRachel) May 16, 2012

Romney camp ‘physically’ restricts reporters politico.com/blogs/media/20… via @POLITICO

— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) May 16, 2012

Since you stuck around this long, here’s the obligatory shot of President Obama’s sandwich from Taylor Gourmet Deli in Washington.

PHOTO: Obama with his hoagie at Taylor Gourmet twitter.com/HuffPostPol/st…

— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) May 16, 2012

More here from @DavidNakamura: Obama tries to sandwich Republicans on jobs plan. Of course, the meme has begun (h/t @Buzzfeed). POTUS ordered a Spruce Street, in case you’re wondering.

What’s the best campaign coverage you saw this morning? We’re compiling essential election news on CampaignReads.com. Tweet links to your stories using #campaignreads, and we may feature them in this post Thursday.

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Natalie Jennings is a Web producer for PostTV.

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