The former state House speaker delayed announcing his totals, which is never a good sign, and wound up raising only slightly more ($386,000) than he put together last quarter ($337,000).

Romanoff had hoped for a bump from his precinct caucus victory in March, but he doesn’t appear to have gotten much of one. If he could only raise a little more money, this would be a primary that lots more people are talking about.

Cornyn pressuring Rossi

My colleague J. Taylor Rushing reports that National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Chairman John CornynJohn CornynAfter Texas shooting, lawmakers question whether military has systemic reporting problem Overnight Defense: Lawmakers question military's lapse after Texas shooting | Trump asks North Korea to 'make a deal' | Senate panel approves Army pick Overnight Regulation: House passes bill to overturn joint-employer rule | Trump officials to allow work requirements for Medicaid | Lawmakers 'alarmed' by EPA's science board changes MORE is pressuring former gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi to make up his mind about running for Senate in Washington state.

Rossi, put simply, is in no hurry. And the fact that he can wait till June to file for Sen. Patty MurrayPatricia (Patty) Lynn MurrayA bipartisan bridge opens between the House and Senate Overnight Health Care: ObamaCare sign-ups surge in early days Collins, Manchin to serve as No Labels co-chairs MORE’s (D-Wash.) means time is on side. The GOP doesn’t have much of an alternative, and he knows that. He also thinks he can tap all of his old donors and raise money very quickly if he needs to.

All of that might be true, but there’s something to be said for having fire in the belly. Waiting until five months before the election to launch a campaign doesn’t signal much fire. And that might be what Republicans are really concerned about.

After former GOP governors passed on campaigns in Wisconsin and New York recently, Rossi is the last big prize on the GOP map.

Other updates

-With businessman Matt Doheny (R) picking up steam in New York’s 23rd district, we could be headed for another three-way race.

-The American Future Fund is launching a $1 million ad campaign against former Rep. Tom Campbell (R-Calif.) in his GOP Senate primary.

-Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainGOP rushes to cut ties to Moore GOP strategist: 'There needs to be a repudiation' of Roy Moore by Republicans World leaders reach agreement on trade deal without United States: report MORE (R-Ariz.) is tacking right on illegal immigration, just in time for his primary with former Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-Ariz.).