LAST TICKET: Huntsman’s campaign manager quits; Norquist backtracks on tax comments

Holly Bailey

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

• Jon Huntsman's campaign manager quit. (The Fix)

• Grover Norquist said not continuing the Bush tax cuts "is not technically a tax increase." (Washington Post)

• But he later backtracked, saying he opposes the move. (First Read)

• Rick Santorum is moving his family to Iowa for the next three weeks. (Political Ticker)

• Michele Bachmann's husband's clinic got glitter bombed. (Daily Intel)

• Steven Spielberg contributed to Claire McCaskill. (Dave Catanese)

• Americans for Rick Perry won't have space at the Iowa straw poll. (Texas Tribune)

• What happened to all the moderate GOP governors? (FiveThirtyEight)

• Mike Huckabee wants a national sales tax. (Washington Wire)

• Buddy Roemer officially launched his 2012 bid. (ABC News)