LAST TICKET: Franklin Graham suggests he might vote for Donald Trump; Congressional job approval hits 17 percent

Holly Bailey

Here are the stories we took note of today but didn't give the full blog treatment:

• Franklin Graham suggests Donald Trump might be his 2012 pick. (ABC News)

• Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval will name John Ensign's successor by May 3. (The Hill)

• Meanwhile, the Senate Ethics Committee will "complete its work" on its Ensign probe. (The Caucus)

• Congress's job approval number hits 17 percent. (Gallup)

• The Democratic Governors Association is raising cash off so-called birther bills. (Political Ticker)

• More than half of Dems believed 9/11 conspiracies about George W. Bush. (Ben Smith)

• Jon Kyl expunged his statements about Planned Parenthood from the Congressional Record. (Eat the Press)

• Meanwhile, Mitch Daniels might face a Planned Parenthood problem of his own. (Indianapolis Star)

• White House economic adviser Jared Bernstein is quitting. (Washington Wire)

• Christine O'Donnell blames computer software for faulty FEC reports. (News-Journal)