With President Obama likely to announce his first pick for the Supreme Court this week, might this be a hint at the frontrunner? Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm, one of the candidates for the court, is scheduled to appear at the White House today. An administration official tells the Associated Press that the visit is not related to the Supreme Court. “It is not clear whether Granholm will be meeting with Obama about the upcoming vacancy on the court,” writes the AP. Granholm, 50, is a former federal prosecutor and Michigan attorney general.