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November 7, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL

WSJ: Obama Wins a Second Term
WaPo: Obama wins a second term as U.S. president
NYT: Obama Wins New Term as Electoral Advantage Holds
Fox: Obama defeats Romney to win second term, vows he has 'more work to do'
WSJ: Transcript: Obama's Victory Speech
WSJ: Big Bet Six Months Ago Paved Way for President
WaPo: The strategy that paved a winning path
WSJ: Outside Groups Spent Big, but the Impact Isn't Clear-Cut
WSJ: Economy's Fate a Central Concern of Voters
NYT: Electorate Reverts to a Partisan Divide as Obama’s Support Narrows
Roll Call: Barack Obama Victorious, but Divided Government Continues

WSJ: Romney Campaigns to the End
NYT: Long Quest for Presidency Concludes With a Concession Speech
WaPo: Romney’s belief in himself never wavered
WSJ: Transcript of Romney’s Concession Speech
National Review: How Romney Lost
EJ Dionne: Mitt Romney’s class problem

WSJ: Hope Over Experience: A divided country gives Obama a second chance
NYT: Question for the Victor: How Far Do You Push?
NYT: Editorial: President Obama’s Success
Jen Rubin: Obama reelected
Fred Barnes: A Status Quo Election
Holman Jenkins: Obama Gets a Do-Over
Dan Balz: Can the same president build a new landscape?
James Taranto: The Case for Obama
Thomas Friedman: Hope and Change: Part Two
Ross Douthat: The Obama Realignment
Michael Barone: I was wrong–where it counted

NYT: Republicans Face Struggle Over Party’s Direction
American Spectator: Doomed Beyond All Hope of Redemption
American Thinker: The Mourning After

WaPo: A bright future for Ryan, or the loser’s tag?

Fox: Turnout shaping up to be lower than 2008

WaPo: Biden hints at 2016 run



CONGRESSIONAL



WSJ: GOP Retains House Control
WaPo: House Republicans retain majority, defending gains from GOP wave in 2010
WSJ: GOP Keeps Hold of House Majority, But Two Key Races Remain
WaPo: GOP’s silver lining: The House
Fox: Boehner now has perhaps toughest job in Washington

WSJ: Democrats Rack Up Wins to Keep Senate Majority
NYT: Democrats Grab Senate Seats in Massachusetts and Indiana
WaPo: Democrats hold on to Senate majority; key wins for Kaine in Va., Warren in Mass.
WaPo: GOP’s Akin, Mourdock lose Senate elections
WSJ: Two Senate Races Remain Too Close to Call



NATIONAL


WaPo: Fresh from reelection, president finds himself on edge of ‘fiscal cliff’

WSJ: GOP Adds to Its Gubernatorial Edge
WaPo: Republicans broaden hold on governors’ seats to 30 with North Carolina win

WSJ: Voters Weigh Social Issues
WSJ: Gay Marriage Gets First Ballot Wins
NYT: In Maine and Maryland, Victories at the Ballot Box for Same-Sex Marriage

Holman Jenkins: All Storm Politics Is Not Local



FLORIDA (29)

Orlando Sentinel: Nelson wins third term over Mack
Tampa Tribune: Nelson beats Mack in Senate race
Palm Beach Post: U.S. Senate race: Bill Nelson easily reelected over Rep. Connie Mack IV
WaPo: Bill Nelson beats Connie Mack in Fla. Senate race

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

Philadelphia Inquirer: Casey wins second Senate term
WaPo: Bob Casey beats Tom Smith in Pa. Senate race
Repub: Pa. Dems keep Senate seat, sweep row offices, but GOP retains legislative majorities

OHIO (18)

Cleveland PD: Sen. Sherrod Brown wins another six years
Toledo Blade: Senator Brown outduels Mandel
Lantern: Incumbent Brown downs Mandel in senate race
WSJ: Tea Party in Ohio Bemoans Results

MICHIGAN (16)

Detroit FP: Stabenow solidly defeats Hoekstra in race for U.S. Senate
Monroe News: Democratic Michigan Sen. Stabenow Wins 3rd Term

NORTH CAROLINA (15)



Charlotte Observer: McCrory wins N.C. gov's race; pledges to 'bring this state together'
NYT: New Inroad for G.O.P. as Democrats Lose Statehouse in South

VIRGINIA (13)

WSJ: Tim Kaine Wins Va. Senate Seat
WaPo: Kaine wins Virginia Senate race
WSJ: Black Turnout Key in Virginia

WISCONSIN (10)

Milwaukee JS: Baldwin defeats Thompson in hard-fought, contentious Senate race
WaPo: Democrat Tammy Baldwin wins Wisconsin Senate race
Fox: Tammy Baldwin wins Wisconsin Senate seat, becoming first openly gay US senator

Fox: Ryan loses VP but wins re-election in Wisconsin

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Klobuchar easily wins second term
MPR: Klobuchar easily wins second term



Fox: Rep. Bachmann narrowly defeats challenger Graves to retain Minnesota House seat

MISSOURI (10)

St. Louis PD: McCaskill prevails for a second term
KC Star: Senate race offers one final twist: A decisive McCaskill win
WaPo: Democrat Claire McCaskill defeats Republican Todd Akin in Missouri Senate race
Fox: Democrats hold onto Missouri Senate seat after McCaskill beats Akin
USA Today: Akin's gaffe helps McCaskill retain Missouri Senate seat

NEBRASKA



Lincoln JS: Fischer wins Senate battle
WaPo: Republican Deb Fischer wins Nebraska Senate race

NORTH DAKOTA

LA Times: North Dakota Democrat defies odds, wins Senate seat
Reuters: Democrat Heitkamp leads North Dakota U.S. Senate race
Hill: Berg not conceding North Dakota Senate race
Dickenson Press: GOP's Cramer wins ND House seat; Senate race close

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: Perlmutter wins fourth term, Coors tapped out in 7th District

IOWA (6)

WaPo: Republican Rep. Steve King defeats Democrat Christie Vilsack in Iowa

NEVADA (6)



Fox: Republican Sen. Heller beats Democrat Berkley for Nevada senate seat
National Review: Heller Survives
Hill: Heller hangs onto Nevada Senate seat
WSJ: GOP’s Heller Survives Challenge in Nevada

WSJ: Democrat Defeats Tarkanian in Nevada

NEW MEXICO (5)

USA Today: Democrat Heinrich wins N.M. Senate race

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)

Nashua Telegraph: Hassan defeats Lamontagne in race for New Hampshire governor

MAINE (4)

WaPo: Independent Angus King wins Maine Senate race

NEW YORK

WSJ: NY Sen. Gillibrand finally has a full 6-year term

WSJ: State Senate Control Hinges On Uncounted Ballots
NYT: G.O.P. in Surprise Fight to Hold New York Senate

NYT: New York Democrats Are Poised to Gain Two House Seats After Costly Races

CALIFORNIA

San Jose MN: Sen. Feinstein wins fourth term by wide margin

TEXAS



Fox: Tea Party-backed Ted Cruz wins Senate race in Texas

GEORGIA


WaPo: Blue Dog Democrat John Barrow survives against the odds in Georgia

ILLINOIS

Peoria JS: Illinois Dems pick up 4 U.S. House seats
Reuters: Duckworth wins Illinois House seat over Tea Party incumbent
AP: Jackson wins; Illinois Dems gain 4 U.S. House seats
Reuters: Absentee Illinois Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. re-elected

INDIANA

WSJ: Joe Donnelly Wins Indiana Senate Seat
WaPo: Joe Donnelly beats Richard Mourdock for Indiana Senate
IndyStar: Joe Donnelly deserves credit for winning Indiana's U.S. Senate seat

WEST VIRGINIA

Hill: Sen. Manchin wins reelection, beats Raese

NEW JERSEY

Fox: New Jersey Democratic Sen. Menendez wins second term

CONNECTICUT

NYT: Murphy Defeats McMahon After Bitter U.S. Senate Race in Connecticut

MASSACHUSETTS

Fox: Warren defeats Brown in Massachusetts to take Senate seat back for Dems

Fox: Robert Kennedy's 32-year-old grandson wins House race to replace Barney Frank

ARIZONA



WSJ: Republican Jeff Flake Wins Arizona Senate Race
NatJ: Popular Flake Keeps Arizona Senate Seat Red
Arizona Daily Star: Flake defeats Carmona to take over Kyl's US Senate seat

UTAH

WaPo: Republican Mia Love concedes to Democrat Jim Matheson in Utah







 



 

November 6, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



Peggy Noonan: Monday Morning: Romney's Quiet Rise: A Romney win
Dick Morris: Prediction: Romney 325, Obama 213
National Review: Romney’s Path to 270
Rush Limbaugh: Everything -- Except the Polls -- Points to a Romney Landslide
Salena Zito: GOP candidate Romney works to carry over momentum
James Taranto: Bradley's Revenge: If Obama loses, the left will blame imaginary racists
Rush Limbaugh: Why Is Nobody Calculating 2010?
Gallup: Romney 49%, Obama 48% in Gallup's Final Election Survey
Examiner: Gallup: Edge goes to Romney in tied race
WSJ: Romney: Thinking About Tomorrow
Fox: Swing-state papers flip to Romney ahead of Election Day
National Review: Report: Romney Internals Show Romney Leading in Ohio, Iowa, N.H.
Human Events: Romney prospects improve in key swing states
Boston Globe: Mitt Romney faces specter of presidency — or private life
Nate Silver: Did Hurricane Sandy Blow Romney Off Course?
Michael Gerson: The trouble with Obama’s Silver lining
Ezra Klein: The polls will be right and Obama will win with 290 electoral votes
Examiner: Examiner experts predict presidential race
Ben Stein: The Sweetness of Mitt Romney
WaPo: On election eve, President Obama has a slim edge in polls
LA Times: Romney, facing difficult odds, remains undaunted
Roll Call: Photo Finish: Close Presidential & Congressional Races Could Affirm Status Quo
Chicago ST: At the end of the day, will we know who is president?
Weekly Standard: An Election Night Guide



NYT: Romney to Travel to Swing States on Election Day
WSJ: Romney Adds Ohio, Pa., Rallies on Election Day
Examiner: And the winner is ... up to these few states
NYDN: Battleground breakdown: These states will decide the presidency
Daily Caller: As campaign comes to close, Romney argues he has the momentum
Dana Milbank: Mitt Romney changing his tune in final hours

WSJ: Five Things to Watch on Election Night
NYT: State by State, Battle for Presidency Goes to Voters
WSJ: In Battlegrounds, an Eye on Recount Rules
Fox: Voter fraud monitors on high alert for Election Day



NYT: Campaign Diary: Candidates Spending Final Day in Swing States
NYT: A Sprint Through Swing States in the Campaign’s Last Hours
WaPo: Romney team savors last full day of campaigning before election
WTimes: Long haul to election reaches a messy end
Fox: First votes cast as Romney takes campaign into Election Day

Daily Caller: Tim Tebow urges Twitter followers to support Mitt Romney

Rush Limbaugh: Media Theme: Hurricane Sandy Saved Obama
Bill McGurn: Sandy and the Failures of Blue-Statism

WTimes: Retired top military brass push for Romney
WTimes: Veterans group Rolling Thunder backs Romney
Fox: Cable warning of Benghazi consulate vulnerability would have gone to White House
Rush Limbaugh: CBS Engages in Journalistic Malpractice on Benghazi

Bret Stephens: Liberal Exceptionalism
Mike Lupica: It will be fright night if Mitt Romney wins

Charles Lane: The 2012 Catch-22

WTimes: Libertarian Johnson expects to make impact in Ohio, Colo.
WSJ: OpEd: The Mistake That Is the Libertarian Party

Fox: Time to eliminate the Electoral College?

Hill: 10 insiders with a lot riding on the result

WSJ: Election Ads Boom in 2012, But The Online Shift Still Isn’t Happening
NYT: Dueling Bitterness on Cable News



CONGRESSIONAL



WSJ: Split Decision for Congress?
NYT: Editorial: The Battle for the Senate
Hill: Dems see slight edge in race for Senate

Hill: Dems concede GOP majority could get bigger in the House



NATIONAL


WSJ: The FHA's November Surprise



FLORIDA (29)



Tampa: Romney in Sanford: 'I'll deliver the change Obama promised but I need your vote'
Orlando Sentinel: Romney makes last-minute appeal for votes
WESH: Mitt Romney in Sanford: I will bring real change
Daytona Beach NJ: Campaign stop: Mitt Romney appears in front of Sanford crowd

Miami Herald: FL’s pres election is half over, with more than 4m absentee, early votes

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

NY Post: Obama, Romney fight for battleground Pa. & Ohio as voters hit polls today
WSJ: Bill Clinton Plays Defense in Pittsburgh
NY Post: Obama recruits Bill Clinton, NYers in frantic bid to hold Pa.

OHIO (18)



WSJ: Long Lines for Early Voting in Ohio
WSJ: Enthusiastic Romney Crowd’s Measured Optimism in Ohio
WSJ: Obama's Support Among White Men Falls, but Not in Ohio
NYT: In Case of a Recount, a Long Wait for Ohio
WaPo: What to watch for as Ohio counts votes
WTimes: Evangelicals mine Ohio seeking redux of Bush’s 2004 stealth surge
American Spectator: Mitt's Margin of Victory
NYDN: Ohio voters' feelings towards Obama and Romney could decide our next president
Rasmussen: Ohio: Romney 49%, Obama 49%

Rasmussen: Ohio Senate: Brown (D) 50%, Mandel (R) 48%

MICHIGAN (16)

Detroit News: Michigan voters to decide key races, 6 ballot issues

VIRGINIA (13)





WSJ: Virginia Crowd Energizes Romney
Examiner: In Virginia, a transformed Romney enjoys himself, thrives on supporters’ energy
WSJ: Black Voter Turnout Key to Obama’s Virginia Hopes
DC: Va. governor, congressman: High enthusiasm will take Romney across finish line in VA
Rasmussen: Virginia: Romney 50%, Obama 48%

WTimes: Allen, Kaine bask in glow of top of tickets
WTimes: Virginia Senate race tops $52M in outside spending
Rasmussen: Virginia Senate: Kaine (D) 49%, Allen (R) 47%

Examiner: Virginia voters finally get to have their say Tuesday
NatJ: Whoever Wins, North Carolina and Virginia Battlegrounds Here to Stay

WISCONSIN (10)

WSJ: Wisconsin GOP Volunteers Target Suburbs
WSJ: In Milwaukee, a Struggle to Find Potential Voters
Milwaukee JS: Voter turnout Tuesday in Wisconsin could top 3 million

MISSOURI (10)

Politico: Todd Akin talks Larry Flynt

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: What to watch for on Election Day in Colorado

IOWA (6)



DMR: In final Iowa stop, Paul Ryan draws a contrast, cheers Romney’s bipartisanship
WSJ: Final Calls at Romney Phone Bank in Iowa
WSJ: For Some Iowans, a Tough Decision

NEVADA (6)



WSJ: Ryan Leads Final GOP Push in Nevada

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)





ABC: Romney Closes Out Campaign With Final Rally in New Hampshire
Boston Globe: Romney says final rally in N.H. ‘special moment’ for presidential campaign
Hill: Romney to NH crowd: 'All the way to victory'
WaPo: In NH on election eve, Romney promises ‘real change’ if sent to White House
The Dartmouth: Romney makes final case to New Hampshire
LA Times: Obama, Romney get 5 votes each in Dixville Notch, N.H.
Rasmussen: New Hampshire: Obama 50%, Romney 48%



WMUR: Kid Rock introduces Romney in Manchester in final rally before Election Day
Dawn: Kid Rock rocks out at Romney’s final campaign rally

Rasmussen: New Hampshire Governor: Hassan (D) 50%, Lamontagne (R) 45%

NEW YORK

Albany TU: Cuomo signs affidavit ballot order
Fox: NY Gov. Cuomo signs order allowing Sandy victims to vote anywhere
NYT: Officials Rush to Find Ways for the Storm-Tossed to Vote

NY Post: All-out bid to polish off tarnished Silver

CALIFORNIA

SacBee: Brown takes Prop. 30 campaign to L.A. churches
SacBee: Poll predicts fewer voters in California than four years ago

LOUISIANA

Politico: Louisiana House race could drag on till December

NEW JERSEY

WaPo: Concerns raised over New Jersey’s e-mail and fax ballots
DC: Coulter on Christie: ‘We’ll find out when Romney wins that he didn’t do any damage’

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren stake out vital turf
WSJ: Down to the Wire for Brown, Warren in Massachusetts
Politico: Brown, Warren wrap up campaign



















 



 

November 5, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



WSJ: Romney: ‘Fresh Start’ Is Two Days Away
WTimes: Romney pledges ‘real change’ that will end partisan gridlock
Hill: Romney says Obama campaign slogan should be ‘forewarned’
NYT: Challenger at the Crossroads
WSJ: Could Romney Change Tone in Washington?
Gallup: In U.S., Majorities Satisfied With Conduct of 2012 Campaigns

WSJ: Obama and Romney Deadlocked, Polls Show
NYDN: President Obama and Mitt Romney in dead heat two days before Election Day
WaPo: WaPo-ABC tracking poll: Obama up on ‘strong leader,’ but contest still deadlocked
Townhall: Polls: Ties in MI, MN, NH, OH, PA
WSJ: Nail-Biter in 3 Key Counties
WSJ: Sunday Sermons Promote Turnout
Hill: Poll: Romney, Obama in dead heat at 49-49
Hill: Poll: Swing-state voters split 48-48 between Obama, Romney
Hill: Pew poll finds Obama retaking national lead, up 48-45 over Romney
Breitbart: Pew: Romney Holds Turnout Edge Ahead of Vote
Nate Silver: State and National Polls Come Into Better Alignment
NatJ: Tuesday May Yield An Uneasy Status Quo
Fox: NY Daily News joins growing number of newspapers switching endorsement to Romney
NatJ: Gergen: Election is 'Impossible' to Call
National Review: Two Theories on the Polls

Human Events: Benghazi a barometer on Obama’s incompetence
Weekly Standard: Mysteries of Benghazi

Hill: Former Gov. Barbour: Hurricane Sandy broke Romney’s momentum
Hill: Axelrod: Romney’s effort in Pennsylvania a sign GOP campaign in ‘deep trouble’

WTimes: Campaigning with Obama, Clinton makes the economic case for 4 more years
NYT: Voice Is Strained, but Support on the Trail Unstinting

WSJ: Votes of Independents Could Be Key
WSJ: Battleground Newspapers Butter Up Readers

Fox: Obama, Romney take long campaign journey into final day
Examiner: Obama, Romney seek to close deal as campaign ends
WaPo: Obama and Romney begin final push with only hours until Election Day
LA Times: Obama, Romney campaigns present final preelection predictions
WSJ: In Its Final Lap, the President's Team Turns Nostalgic

NYT: As Candidates Make Final Pleas, Legal Battles Begin

WTimes: Why Obama Can't Win
Politico: If Obama loses….
Daily Caller: George Will predicts 321-217 Romney landslide
National Review: Romney Wins on Tuesday
American Thinker: Reagan 2.0
NYT: His Last Race, Win or Lose

WSJ: Obama's Progressive Gamble: He bet his Presidency on expanding government
Sheldon Adelson: I Didn't Leave the Democrats. They Left Me
Jed Babbin: What's at Stake Tomorrow
WSJ: OpEd: A Referendum on ObamaCare and Liberty
WSJ: For Blacks, the Pyrrhic Victory of the Obama Era
Bill Keller: The Republican Id
Paul Krugman: Sandy Versus Katrina
NYT: Editorial: Republican Tax Priorities
Politico: The looming GOP civil war - whether Mitt wins or not



CONGRESSIONAL



NatJ: Boehner Expects 'Bridge' On Fiscal Cliff
WaPo: Middle class faces quick impact from fiscal cliff in form of alternative minimum tax

Politico: Democrats' drive to retake House falters
WTimes: Democrats’ odds of holding Senate improving
Hill: Election Day marks beginning of mad political scramble in Congress



FLORIDA (29)

Fox: Judge extends early voting in central Florida following lawsuits
NYT: Democrats Sue to Extend Florida’s Early Voting

PENNSYLVANIA (20)





Examiner: Romney draws crowd estimated around 30,000 in Pennsylvania
Philly: Romney riles up electric crowd in Bucks County
Philly: Election blitz focuses on Philadelphia, suburbs
LA Times: Romney adds Pennsylvania to late campaign blitz
WTimes: Romney Predicts Pennsylvania Victory
Human Events: Panic: Clinton to Pennsylvania for four rallies on Monday
National Review: Mitt Romney’s Keystone State



Allentown MC: Thousands greet Paul Ryan near Harrisburg
KKOB: Paul Ryan Hits Pennsylvania, Sen. Pat Toomey Predicts State Will Go Red
WaPo: Mitt Romney’s play for Pennsylvania a ‘desperate ploy,’ David Plouffe says
CNN: Is Pennsylvania really in play?
Politico: How Pennsylvania will be won

Weekly Standard: Polls: Pennsylvania Senate Race Tied

OHIO (18)





Columbus Dispatch: Romney’s pitch in Cleveland: I’ll work with Democrats
ClevePD: In final Cleveland rally, Romney says change measured in achievement, not words
WSJ: Biden, Romney Planes Cross Paths in Cleveland
WSJ: Candidates Vow to Fund Ohio Nuclear Fuel Plant
NYT: Ohio Canvassers Pitch the Opposition in Calls
Columbus Dispatch: Campaigns rely on the ground game
NYT: Getting Out the Ohio Vote, Campaigns Are a Study in Contrasts
Columbus Dispatch: Obama and Romney camps make last Ohio push
Politico: Portman: 'We've got the momentum' in Ohio
CNN: Boehner says Romney will win Ohio, despite auto bailout issue
Columbus Dispatch: If Romney loses Ohio, he will certainly know why
John Fund: The Mormon Issue in Ohio
Toledo Blade: Lucas County to decide vote, Zogby says
Examiner: Is Ohio truly make or break for Romney?
American Spectator: Fear and Loathing in Ohio
John Fund: As Ohio Counts, So Waits the Nation

MICHIGAN (16)

FoxDetroit: Dead heat for Romney and Obama in latest Michigan poll

WTimes: Ballot proposal results could alter Michigan state constitution

NORTH CAROLINA (15)

WaPo: Black preacher spreads the Word ... against Obama

VIRGINIA (13)



WSJ: Military Cuts Loom Large in Virginia Race
NYT: OpEd: The Permanent Militarization of America
WSJ: Obama, Romney Virtually Tied in Virginia
WSJ: Roadtrip Explains Tight Race in Virginia
Examiner: Romney needs Hampton Roads to win Virginia and White House
NYT: In Virginia, It’s Tradition Versus Change
WaPo: In Virginia, a mix of energy and exhaustion
Hill: Cantor: Romney, Allen will win big in Virginia
NatJ: Cantor Optimistic About Romney's Chances in Virginia

Examiner: Kaine, Allen battle to the wire in bitterly contested Senate race
Roll Call: Tim Kaine, George Allen Banking on Sophisticated Ground Game in Virginia
NatJ: Poll: Kaine Leads Allen By 3 in Virginia Senate Race

WISCONSIN (10)

Fox: Ryan kicks off campaign Sunday at Lambeau Field
CBS: Ryan tries to move Wisconsin, Ohio into Romney column

Milwaukee JS: Whether it's Tammy or Tommy, Wisconsin will be making history

MINNESOTA (10)





NYT: At Minnesota Rally, Ryan Emphasizes Bipartisanship
ABC: Ryan Stumps in Traditionally Blue Minnesota, Greeted by Large Crowd
Pioneer Press: In Minnesota, GOP has momentum, Paul Ryan says; Dems see desperation
Star Tribune: Ryan, Clinton race through Minnesota in late push for state's electoral votes
Star Tribune: Paul Ryan, Bill Clinton bring battle to Minnesota
NYMag: Win Or Lose, Paul Ryan’s GOP Future Is Bright

MISSOURI (10)

Politico: Rand robos for Akin
Hill: Poll: McCaskill holding 4-point lead over Akin in Mo. Senate race
Politico: Claire McCaskill on brink of unlikely comeback

COLORADO (9)



Denver Post: Ryan urges 2,000 at rally to do all they can to sway undecided voters
NatJ: Ryan Warns Obama’s Policies Threaten ‘Judeo-Christian’ Values

IOWA (6)



DMR: Mitt Romney to Iowa: ‘I’m counting on you. Will you get the job done?’
DMR: Romney supporters gather in Des Moines
NYT: Iowa Farmers Could Give Romney a Lift, Despite President’s Stance on Agriculture

NEVADA (6)

Politico: A Heller-Berkley recount?

MAINE (4)

WTimes: Maine Democrats crown King

NEW YORK

Syracuse PS: Control of New York State Senate will be decided Tuesday
NYT: State Senate Races Tighter After the Storm
NYT: With Control of Senate at Stake, Last-Minute Money Pours Into Races
WaPo: As Election Day looms, it’s survival vs. citizenship for storm-hit communities

Albany TU: Pataki stumping Monday for Doheny and Gibson
NatJ: Poll: Hochul Hanging Tough in Western N.Y. Race

CALIFORNIA

George Skelton: Last-minute advice on state ballot measures
Dan Walters: Bankruptcy filings by California cities may rein in pensions

GEORGIA


AJC: Georgia Supreme Court to hear illegal immigrant’s driver’s-license challenge

ILLINOIS

Chicago Tribune: Congressional candidates focus on getting out the vote
Weekly Standard: Massive Decrease in Early and Absentee Voting—in Chicago

Roll Call: Illinois: Kirk Hopes to Return for Next Congress

INDIANA

Rasmussen: Indiana : Romney 52%, Obama 43%

Weekly Standard: Mourdock Could Still Win

NEW JERSEY

HuffPost: Chris Christie Says He'll Vote For Mitt Romney, Defends Obama Praise

Fox: New Jersey residents displaced by storm will be able to vote by email
NatJ: New Jersey Voters Can Now Vote By Email or Fax

CONNECTICUT

Daily Caller: Linda McMahon: Vote for Obama, as long as you vote for me too

MASSACHUSETTS



Boston Globe: Brown, Warren push for votes at dueling rallies
Weekly Standard: Poll: Brown, Warren in Dead Heat on Election Eve
Politico: Poll: Scott Brown leads Elizabeth Warren by 1 point
WLN: Warren's maintains modest lead over Brown as voters make up their minds
NYT: Groundwork Meets Charm Offensive in Massachusetts Senate Race
WSJ: Northeastern Republicans Work to Hold Their Seats

ARIZONA

Politico: PPP: Flake takes lead in Arizona

Fox: Appeals court to consider Arizona's 20-week abortion ban

MONTANA

Rasmussen: Montana: Romney 53%, Obama 43%







 



 

November 4, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



NYT: Romney Sweeps Through Four Events in Three States With 72 Hours to Go
USA Today: Romney met by enthusiastic backers in 3-state swing
WSJ: Candidates Fight Over 'Change' in Final Push
Examiner: Romney closes big: ‘Love of country’ vs. ‘Revenge’
WSJ: Both Sides' Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts Have Kinks
NYT: With Time as Tight as Race, Romney and Obama Zero In
WTimes: Romney casts himself as a uniter, Obama as a divider
WTimes: In weekly GOP address, Romney says 'destiny' in voters' hands
Fox: Obama, Romney blaze across battlegrounds, seeking remaining undecided voters
NatJ: Evangelicals Will Vote for Romney, But the Passion Isn't There
LA Times: Romney campaign confident, sentimental as long race nears end
Boston Globe: Presidential victor must face a more divided nation
Boston Globe: Romney, Obama both now lay claim to mantra of ‘change’

NYT: Beck Acts as a Bridge Between Romney and Evangelical Christians

NYT: Ryan, Quiet for Now, Said to Be Planning for an Active Role

WTimes: Obama seeks votes as complaints mount over storm response

USA Today: Obama-Romney: Too close to call
Ross Douthat: A Time for Choosing
Dick Morris: Obama Hit By Storm Backlash
Clarice Feldman: A President without Shame
NYT: The Vanishing Battleground
WaPo: Obama has slight lead in electoral votes; Congress expected to remain status quo
Chicago Tribune: Obama appears to have early vote lead in key states
Hill: In recent elections, politicians’ predictions are often wrong



CONGRESSIONAL

Fox: McCain calls for special committee on Libya, says public outcry will lead charge
Fox: Inhofe: Obama won't release regulatory agenda because of 'terrible' impact on jobs

Examiner: GOP hopes for Senate majority fade as election nears
Hill: Senate Scorecard: GOP dealt serious blow in battle for upper chamber

Hill: House GOP’s ‘Young Guns’ unlikely to fare as well in 2012
LA Times: Democrats' hope of retaking House fades in polarized campaign



FLORIDA (29)



Miami Herald: Swing voters decide fate of presidential race in Fla.
Miami Herald: Obama, Romney surrogates to stump in South Florida on Sunday
Tampa Trib: Jeb Bush in Tampa predicts Romney will win Florida
Orlando Sentinel: Romney, Michelle Obama plan rallies in Central Florida Monday

Miami Herald: Nelson secures lead in final stretch, despite Mack’s link to Romney
Tampa Trib: Analysis: Mack's Senate hopes hinge on a big Romney win

PENNSYLVANIA (20)



Pittsburgh PG: Ryan begins 11th-hour campaign bid to Pennsylvania voters
Examiner: Paul Ryan urges Pennsylvania voters to vote out of love, not revenge
WaPo: Democrats in deep-blue Pa. voice confidence — and some nervousness
Pittsburgh PG: Presidential campaign still hinging on economy
Weekly Standard: Mitt’s Pennsylvania Push: Real or Fake?
Salena Zito: Main Street in revolt
Pittsburgh TR: Obama 48% Romney 48% in Pennsylvania

Daily Caller: Polls show conflicting images of Pennsylvania Senate race

OHIO (18)



Toledo Blade: Ryan begins final sprint across Ohio to woo vote
ClevePD: Jobs, coal on the minds of people in Marietta who came to listen to Paul Ryan
WaPo: Ohioans line up for early voting in the battleground state
NYT: In Ohio, a Study in Contrasts as 2 Campaigns Get Out Vote
Politico: Enthusiasm is key in Ohio ground game
Columbus Dispatch: Dispatch Poll: Ohio's a toss-up
Hill: Poll: Ohio race tight as Obama holds 2-point lead over Romney
Human Events: GOP worries about Ohio voting mischief among students
Toledo Blade: Would Mormonism shape Romney policy?

Rasmussen: Ohio Senate: Brown (D) 48%, Mandel (R) 48%

Akron BJ: Ohio House expected to stay in GOP hands

VIRGINIA (13)



WaPo: Ryan makes final push in Virginia
NYT: A Long-Shot Campaign Could Threaten Romney’s Chances in Virginia

WISCONSIN (10)

Milwaukee JS: Wisconsin voters are passionate, evenly split
Chicago ST: Obama fires up Wisconsin crowd with help from Katy Perry

Milwaukee JS: Candidates' paths diverge on road to Senate
Wisconsin SJ: Thompson's leadership proven by welfare reform

MINNESOTA (10)

Politico: AFF poll: Minnesota a toss-up

MISSOURI (10)

NatJ: Akin was Arrested at Least Eight Times in 1980's

COLORADO (9)



Longmont DT: Romney asks Colorado to "walk with me" at giant Comfort Dental rally
NBC: Romney implores Colorado for 'one last push'
9News: Romney's final Colo. rally is also the largest
WaPo: Romneys try to build momentum for the final days at Colorado rally
Denver Post: Swing state Colorado holds its sway in election

Denver Post: Control of the Colorado legislature hinges on a handful of races

IOWA (6)



NYDN: Mitt Romney gets crowd revved up with help from NASCAR icon Richard Petty
DMR: National GOP figures to appear at rallies Sunday
NYT: Obama Up by 5 Points in Iowa, Des Moines Register Poll Finds
Politico: Glenn Beck visits Romney rally in Iowa
NatJ: Poll: Obama Holds Slim Lead in Iowa
DMR: Iowa Poll: Final stretch in Iowa gives edge to Obama

NEVADA (6)

NatJ: Mormon Solidarity Bolsters Romney in Nevada
Human Events: Odds favor Republican Senator in Nevada — Romney, not so much

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)



WaPo: Romney kicks off 8-state tour with appeal to N.H. voters
Concord Monitor: Romney rallies supporters, pledges bipartisanship
NatJ: Romney Returns to New Hampshire
Boston Globe: Mitt Romney brings campaign back to NH on last weekend before voting
Boston Herald: Romney tells N.H. voters: You’ll get me to White House
TPM: New Hampshire Poll: Obama, Romney Tied At 48 Percent

MAINE (4)

Human Events: Poll: Obama leads Romney 50% to 47% in Maine-2

NEW YORK

NatJ: Poll: Buerkle-Maffei Still Tied in N.Y. Race
Albany TU: Poll: Maffei and Buerkle tied at 44

Buffalo News: Poll gives Collins slim lead in the 27th

NYDN: The Daily News endorses Mitt Romney for president

CALIFORNIA

NYT: California’s Governor Is in High Gear Over a Tax Initiative
SacBee: Is there a Plan B for the state budget if California's Proposition 30 fails?
Dan Walters: Prop. 30 and Jerry Brown's future

ILLINOIS

Chicago ST: Duckworth and Walsh trade verbal spars as race comes to a close

MASSACHUSETTS



Boston Globe: Mass. Senate race driven by colliding visions
Politico: Elizabeth Warren sunny, Scott Brown dour on trail
Weekly Standard: Warren Claims 'Plenty of Pictures' Reflecting Native American Heritage

ARIZONA

Arizona Republic: National stakes are high in Carmona-Flake duel
Arizona Republic: Flake raises slightly more than Carmona

MONTANA

Daily Caller: Rand Paul endorses Denny Rehberg in tightly-contested Senate race
Politico: Jon Tester, Denny Rehberg strategies diverge in Montana

HAWAII

WSJ: Democrat Hirono Pulls Away in Hawaii Senate Race




 



 

November 3, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL





Mitt Romney: A New Direction For America
YouTube: Romney's closing argument
NYT: Romney’s Closing Argument: ‘Look to the Record’
LA Times: Romney promises bipartisanship, criticizes Obama on the economy
WTimes: Romney: Don’t ‘settle’ for 4 more years of Obama and another recession
WaPo: Romney, Obama refine themes for campaign’s last days
Hill: Final weekend sprint finds a focus on jobs and the economy
Hill: Romney surrogates fan out across US
NYT: What Romney Has Said Offers Clues if He Wins

George Will: Taking America’s pulse
Wes Pruden: All the signs say it’s Romney
Michael Barone: Going out on a limb: Romney beats Obama, handily
HE: The Electoral Map Challenge: Human Events v. Red State
Rush: Final Weekend: Obama Wants the Election Over, We Want Obama's Presidency Over
Rush Limbaugh: Mitt Romney Looks and Sounds Like a Man About to Become President
Fred Barnes: Good Riddance...

WSJ: Palin Backs Romney — With a $5,000 Check
NYT: Super PACs Provide Last-Minute Rush of Campaign Spending

Barack Obama: Real Progress, But We're Not Done
James Taranto: Déjà W.
WaPo: Editorial: Mitt Romney’s campaign insults voters
LA Times: Romney victory would probably weaken Wall Street reforms

WSJ: Obama Holds Lead in Florida and Ohio Polls
NatJ: Polls: Obama Leads by 6 Points in Ohio, 2 in Florida
WSJ: GOP Looking to Pennsylvania and Minnesota
Nate Silver: Nov. 1: The Simple Case for Saying Obama Is the Favorite
Kathleen Parker: Poll dancing
Rush Limbaugh: Pollsters and Media Bias
Dick Morris: In The Last Few Hours…Sudden Danger Signs In Polling
WaPo: Hurricane Sandy helped Obama politically, Karl Rove says

WSJ: Campaigns Track Pace of Early Voting
Politico: Obama early vote edge tenuous
NYT: Campaigns Have Strategy for Couples Who Disagree

WaPo: OpEd: Five myths about the electoral college



CONGRESSIONAL

Hill: The Hill's House ratings: Democrats' chances for seats have dimmed
WSJ: House Races Offer an Abundance of Campaign Color
Politico: Pete Sessions promoted for key Rules post

Hill: The Hill's Senate ratings: Democrats slated to keep Senate control
NYT: Senate Candidates See Little Coattail Effect
WTimes: Reid says he can't work with Romney



NATIONAL


Hill: Conflict-of-interest concerns raised as Obama races to implement health reform
Rush Limbaugh: The Coming Obamacare Fiasco

WSJ: OpEd: In Disaster Relief, Bigger Government Isn't Always Better

WSJ: The Fog of Benghazi
WaPo: Editorial: A security breakdown in Benghazi
WTimes: Obama administration’s Benghazi account details CIA role
Weekly Standard: Mysteries of Benghazi
Rush Limbaugh: Benghazi Alone is Reason Enough to Fire Barack Obama

NatJ: Previewing the Sunday Shows
Politico: Sunday talk show tip sheet



FLORIDA (29)

Miami Herald: Poll: Mitt Romney maintains lead over Obama, 51-45
Human Events: ACU Chair predicts Romney win in Florida

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

Politico: Mitt Romney's Pennsylvania gamble

OHIO (18)







Politico: Romney holds all-star Ohio rally
USA Today: Romney rallies GOP base in the key state of Ohio
Chicago Tribune: Romney and Ryan rally in Ohio in 'final push'
Examiner: Romney in Ohio: ‘This is the one we have to win’
NBC: Romney launches final election push with massive Ohio rally
LA Times: Romney highlights energy as he makes closing pitch to Ohio voters
WSJ: Obama and Romney Slug It Out in Ohio
WaPo: In Ohio, they can’t wait for the campaigns’ stalking to end
Fox: Claims increase of machines switching votes in Ohio, other battlegrounds
NatJ: New Ohio Poll Shows Obama Holding Steady, Narrow Lead
Politico: Obama’s and Romney’s Campaign focus: Jobs, Ohio
LA Times: Romney and Obama collide over Ohio car ads
Times UK: Mitt Romney: without victory in Ohio, I will lose to Obama
Columbus Dispatch: Obama, Romney both pitch takes on latest jobs report

Rasmussen: Ohio: Obama 49%, Romney 49%
CNN: CNN Poll: Obama 50% – Romney 47% in Ohio
Hill: Polls tilt for Obama in battleground Ohio
National Review: Why Romney Will Win Ohio

Toledo Blade: Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio stumps for Mandel

MICHIGAN (16)

Detroit News: GOP, Dems race to energize Michigan voters
Rasmussen: Michigan: Obama 52%, Romney 47%
WSJ: OpEd: Romney's Plan Would Also Have 'Saved' Detroit

VIRGINIA (13)

NatJ: Battleground Virginia
WaPo: Virginia voter fraud case expands to focus on GOP firm

WISCONSIN (10)



Oshkosh: Romney makes final state campaign appearance in West Allis
Chicago ST: Romney rallies Wisconsin faithful
WaPo: Romney’s rhetorical best, from Wisconsin
NBC: Romney tries to crack Obama's Midwest firewall in Wisconsin
Politico: Scott Walker: Recall work will boost Mitt Romney



Politico: Former Packers star endorses Romney

Rasmussen: Wisconsin Senate: Thompson (R) 48%, Baldwin (D) 48%
Milwaukee JS: Thompson reverses course on raising age for Medicare benefits

MINNESOTA (10)

Daily Caller: Crossroads GPS goes up on the air in Minnesota for final week

Star Tribune: Franken a player in Democrats' plan to keep Senate

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: Colorado Republicans excited about top of ticket this year
Roll Call: Colorado: Presidential Candidates to Cycle Through Battleground Districts
Human Events: As Colorado goes, so goes the nation? Probably.

IOWA (6)



DMR: Paul Ryan speaks in Cedar Falls
NBC: Ryan optimistic in Iowa campaign stop
CNN: Ryan smells 'success' in battleground swing
Des Moines Register: Republican vp candidate Paul Ryan returns to Iowa Monday
DMR: Santorum, Brownback and Bryant campaign in Iowa Saturday for Romney ticket
WaPo: Iowa-Missouri border town navigates political divide

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)

Boston Globe: Stubbornly unconvinced could swing the election

MAINE (4)

Politico: PPP: King cruising, Obama up across Maine

NEW YORK

Buffalo News: TV ad spending reaches $5 million in hot House race

CALIFORNIA

Rep. Tom McClintock: In California, vote for Prop. 32, a much-needed reform

SacBee: Poll shows Obama, Feinstein holding wide leads in California

INDIANA

Rasmussen: Indiana Senate: Donnelly (D) 45%, Mourdock (R) 42%
IndyStar: Indiana election poll: Donnelly builds lead over Mourdock in Senate race
Fort Wayne JG: Mourdock fading in race for Senate, poll suggests
USA Today: Poll: Donnelly leads Mourdock in Ind. Senate race
WaPo: Donnelly leads Mourdock by 11 in Indiana Senate race, bipartisan poll shows
SF Chronicle: Mourdock abortion quote defining Ind. Senate race
WSJ: Democrats Look for Senate Upset in Indiana
AP: Indiana complicates GOP's Senate math
WaPo: Indiana Senate race moves to “lean Democratic”
WDRB: Mourdock now trailing Donnelly in Indiana U.S. Senate race
IndyStar: Outside spending high in final weeks of Indiana's Senate race

CONNECTICUT



NYT: Personal Cost for 2 Senate Bids: $100 Million

MASSACHUSETTS



WSJ: In Massachusetts, GOP's Brown Plays a Different Tune
Weekly Standard: GOP Poll: Brown Up 2 in Massachusetts Senate Race

ARIZONA

NYT: Latinos Urged to Oust Sheriff Over Deportations

MONTANA

Rasmussen: Montana Senate: Tester (D) 49%, Rehberg (R) 48%

UTAH

Weekly Standard: Utah House: Love 52, Matheson 40
Roll Call: Utah: Matheson Trails Love in New Poll















 



 

November 2, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL







WSJ: Candidates Resume Battle for Swing States
WTimes: Romney’s message largely in tact
USA Today: Romney returns to economic issues in Virginia
WSJ: For Business, Vote Holds High Stakes
WSJ: Romney Touts Support From CEOs
Hill: Romney hits Obama on defense in Virginia Beach
Fox: Romney blasts Obama's 'secretary of business' plan as just another layer of govt
Politico: Mitt Romney hits Obama on ‘Secretary of Business’

WSJ: The Romney Turnaround

WaPo: Republicans angle for spots in a Romney administration

Peggy Noonan: How Far Obama Has Fallen
Fred Barnes: Obama and the Back-to-the-Future Campaign
Charles Krauthammer: The choice
Kim Strassel: The Non-Obama Democrats
James Taranto: We Blame Grover Cleveland
David Brooks: The Final Reckoning
Michael Gerson: The Democrats who predicted the 2012 campaign

ABC: Romney Ad Ties Obama to Castro, Chávez
NYT: Romney Advance Team Works Every Angle in Pursuit of Visual Perfection
NYT: A Romney Travels to Russia, but on Strictly Friendly Terms



WTimes: Ryan mocks Obama's 'Secretary of Business' idea
NBC: Ryan knocks Obama on empty commerce slot

WSJ: Obama to Take On Romney Over Auto Bailout

NYT: The Man Who Wields a Lead-Weighted Beanbag for Obama
Paul Krugman: The Blackmail Caucus

NYT: Campaigns Brace to Sue for Votes in Crucial States

WaPo: WaPo-ABC tracking poll: Presidential contest as close as close can be
WTimes: Poll shows Obama, Romney in a dead heat
Fox: Three Numbers That Could Hold the Key to a Romney Win
Charlie Cook: Obama Can Thank Early Negative Ads for His Advantage
Gallup: Half of Voters Say Obama or Romney Embodies Their Views
Hill: Shift in white, minority vote could decide Obama-Romney race
Hill: Obama inches ahead of Romney in RealClearPolitics average of polls
Hill: GOP pollster: Romney up in Ohio, closing the gap in Wisconsin
Rush Limbaugh: Your Daily EIB Polling Data Update
Rush Limbaugh: Democrats Choose to Ignore 2010
American Spectator: Media Favoritism May Be Hurting Obama
Weekly Standard: Why Romney Is Likely to Win



CONGRESSIONAL



WaPo: A rift in the business community over the fiscal cliff
Roll Call: Under Romney or Obama, GOP Still Balks at Debt Limit Increase
Politico: Liberals fear grand bargain betrayal if Obama wins

Hill: Issa accuses the Obama administration of hiding information on Benghazi

Politico: Some wonder about DeMint in driver's seat

NYT: Nonpartisan Tax Report Withdrawn After G.O.P. Protest



NATIONAL


NYT: C.I.A. Played Major Role Fighting Militants in Libya Attack
WaPo: CIA rushed to save diplomats as Libya attack was underway
Rush Limbaugh: More Outrageous Benghazi News
American Spectator: Media Bias 101: Benghazi vs. Watergate and Iran-Contra
American Thinker: Why Obama Chose to Let Them Die in Benghazi
Pat Buchanan: The smoking gun of the Benghazi cover-up

Fox: ObamaCare could be back before the Supreme Court by next year



FLORIDA (29)

Detroit News: Romney's Florida ads tie Obama to Chavez, Castro

Politico: Allen West’s GOP rival backs Democrat

Miami Herald: Gov. Rick Scott not likely to extend early voting hours

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

NYT: In Shift, Romney Campaign Approaches Pennsylvania With a New Urgency
WaPo: Obama returns to trail as Romney sets sights on Pennsylvania
Fox: Romney plans campaign stop in Pennsylvania on Sunday
Hill: Romney to campaign in Pennsylvania Sunday
Daily: Romney’s heading to Pennsylvania as GOP drops millions on ads
Rush Limbaugh: Ridge Predicts Romney Win in Pennsylvania
Penn: Former Gov. Tom Ridge: Obama misled America about Benghazi episode

OHIO (18)





Columbus Dispatch: Ann Romney woos Ohio women
CPD: Ann Romney speaks at campaign event in Strongsville
CPD: Ann Romney, Bill Clinton wow supporters Thursday in Northeast Ohio
CPD: Romney to rally Sunday at Cleveland's I-X Center with country singer Rodney Atkins
NatJ: GOP Descends on Ohio for Final Romney Push
Boston Globe: Mitt Romney pushes hard for rural vote
Dallas MN: Early voting continues in critical battleground of Ohio
American Spectator: Butler County, U.S.A.

MICHIGAN (16)

Detroit News: Close race in Michigan may hinge on absentee votes
Toledo Blade: Many Detroit residents still angry with Romney’s anti-bailout stance

VIRGINIA (13)



Richmond TD: In Va., Romney makes his case
WaPo: Romney touts business chops at Va. rally
Roll Call: Virginia: Mitt Romney, George Allen Rally GOP Faithful
Examiner: Allen joins Romney to rally GOP voters before election
LA Times: Romney mentions 'bayonets and horses' in Virginia Beach speech
RCP: Obama Doesn't Understand Business, Romney Tells Va. Voters
WaPo: In McLean, a street becomes a microcosm of election-year America
Rush Limbaugh: Romney Speech Rocks Roanoke



Jim Gilmore: Mitt Romney will win Virginia
Examiner: Wilder raises doubts about Obama in battleground Virginia
Examiner: Bright spot for Romney in Virginia absentee voting

Human Events: Can Allen hold Virginia, even if Romney doesn’t?

WISCONSIN (10)

Chicago ST: Presidential campaigns beat a path through battleground Wisconsin
Milwaukee JS: Obama, Romney make change a key issue on stump
WaPo: Wisconsin is vital to Romney, Obama strategies
NYT: In Wisconsin, Real Battleground Is Rural
Rasmussen: Wisconsin: Obama 49%, Romney 49%
Politico: Obama camp: Ryan putting Wis. in play

Milwaukee JS: Baldwin, Thompson continue push to Tuesday's finish line

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Ryan stopping in Minnesota on Sunday



Star Tribune: Brand Bachmann is getting tested at home

MISSOURI (10)

Hill: Akin gathering steam in race
WaPo: Todd Akin finds funding in last days of Senate race
NatJ: McCaskill Uses Romney to Hit Akin in New Ad
Politico: Todd Akin says he’s in the game

COLORADO (9)



Greeley Tribune: VP candidate Paul Ryan energizes Republicans in Greeley
Denver Post: Obama, Ryan visits are far from last in fight for Colorado

Denver Post: With eight rallies in four days, think Colorado matters?

Rasmussen: Colorado: Romney 50%, Obama 47%
CNN: CNN Poll: Tight race in Rocky Mountain battleground

IOWA (6)

Rasmussen: Iowa: Romney 49%, Obama 48%
Human Events: With days to go, Iowa trends to Romney
DMR: Romney’s last Iowa campaign rally will be in Des Moines Sunday

NEVADA (6)

RGJ: Republican National Cmte alleges voting machine troubles in Nevada, other swing states

MAINE (4)

NYT: Rove vs. Bloomberg? It Seems That Way in Maine Senate Race

NEW YORK

WSJ: Bloomberg Endorses Obama for President
NYT: Bloomberg Backs Obama, Citing Fallout From Storm

CALIFORNIA

SacBee: Field Poll shows measure to end death penalty gaining, but still lacking 50%

NORTH DAKOTA

WSJ: Tab Rises in Tight N.D. Senate Race
Politico: Is the N.D. Senate race recount bait?

INDIANA

Politico: GOP spends big to save Mourdock

NEW JERSEY

Haley Barbour: Christie right to praise Obama
Rush Limbaugh: New Jerseyans Not Happy with Christie
National Review: Chris Christie: The New Jersey governor has a job to do

DC: Democrat Senator outsources sex work to Dominican Republic, pays women 80% less

ARIZONA



WSJ: GOP Catches Break in Arizona

MONTANA

Roll Call: Montana Race Tight as Clock Winds Down
Hill: Montana Senate race a 'nail-biter'















 



 

November 1, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



WTimes: Romney stumps in Florida with Jeb Bush, pledges to ‘bring real change’
Sarasota HT: Romney back in full campaign mode in Florida
USA Today: Romney upbeat in Florida, promises 'new course'
WSJ: Romney Strikes Softer Tone in Florida Visit



NYT: In Dwindling Days of the Race, Romney Takes a Softer Tack

WSJ: Romney Would Limit Lobbyist Roles

WSJ: Romney Campaign Stands By Auto Bailout Ads

WaPo: Romney forces see Pennsylvania, Michigan and Minnesota ripe for turning red
Fox: Romney campaign tries to put Obama on defense by expanding electoral map

Karl Rove: Sifting the Numbers for a Winner
Hill: Rove predicts Romney victory with at least 279 Electoral College votes
Ann Coulter: Romney is what the country needs now
George Will: Obama’s campaign goes empty and strident
Rush Limbaugh: Up-to-the-Minute Limbaugh Polling Analysis
Robert Samuelson: Why Obama/Romney won
WTimes: Pols see polls point to Romney triumph; ‘hidden vote’ to crush Obama
Fox: Fox News poll: Race for the White House a dead heat
NatJ: Parties Wonder Which Side's Polls Reflect Reality
Gallup: Obama Ahead in 10-Point Favorability Measure, 62% to 55%

WSJ: Election May Hinge On Latino Turnout
WSJ: Undocumented Youth Work to Boost Latino Vote Turnout



WSJ: Romney's Secret Voting Bloc

WSJ: Polls: Obama Ahead in 3 Key States

WSJ: Obama Adviser's Strategy Is High Risk, High Reward

WTimes: Obama’s endgame: Hard sell of record, ridicule of rival

WSJ: Axelrod Wagers His Mustache

NYT: Idealism Harder to Find From Young Volunteers

James Taranto: Johnny Can't Lead: Is it the president's fault? Ohhhhh NOOOOO!

NYT: Total Cost of Election Could Be $6 Billion



CONGRESSIONAL

Sens. McCain, Graham, Ayotte, Johnson: 5 unanswered questions about Benghazi attack

WSJ: HUD's Shady St. Paul Dealings

NYT: Poll: Democratic Senate Candidates Lead in Ohio, Florida and Virginia
NatJ: Senate Race Rankings: The Democratic majority might even expand
Politico: Senate races get ugly in final days
Politico: Crystal ball: Senate makeup unlikely to change

Politico: Cathy McMorris Rodgers, rising GOP star



NATIONAL


NYT: Labor Dept. Report on Jobs to Appear Friday as Planned



FLORIDA (29)



Politico: Jeb slams Obama for blaming his brother
CNN: Jeb Bush at Romney event: State and local response really matter

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

American Spectator: Pennsylvania and the Reagan Pivot
Human Events: Poll: Romney narrowing the gap in Pennsylvania

OHIO (18)

WaPo: In Ohio, Romney’s ads against auto bailout make pitch to the decideds
Examiner: Crucial early votes for Obama lagging in Ohio stronghold
Chris Cillizza: Why Mitt Romney can’t, won’t and shouldn’t give up on Ohio
Gail Collins: Guess Who It’s All Up To?
Fox: Complaints crop up in Ohio of early voting machines marking Romney votes for Obama
Columbus Dispatch: Presidential candidates return to Ohio starting Friday

Rasmussen: Ohio Senate: Brown (D) 50%, Mandel (R) 48%

MICHIGAN (16)

Detroit FP: As election draws near, President Barack Obama expands lead in Michigan

VIRGINIA (13)

WTimes: Senate control looms large over Virginia’s Allen-Kaine contest
Examiner: Up in poll, Kaine seeks to seal deal in Virginia
NYT: Trying to Tip Virginia Senate Race With Pinpoint Door-Knocking

WISCONSIN (10)

Weekly Standard: In Wisconsin, Ryan Warns of Debt Crisis

WTimes: Poll: Democrats Obama, Baldwin lead in Wisconsin
Denver Post: Denver Mayor Hancock in Wisconsin says Obama getting beat in early voting

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Minnesota on the last-minute campaign radar

Fox: Bachmann in tough re-election bid, as challenger attacks her political stardom
Politico: Michele Bachmann on defense for reelection after White House bid

MISSOURI (10)

Politico: A GOP switch on Todd Akin?
Roll Call: Missouri: Super PAC That Backed Sarah Steelman Makes Ad Buy for Todd Akin
Hill: Akin ad buy raises questions about GOP involvement in the Missouri Senate race

NEVADA (6)

WSJ: Both Parties Surprised in Race for Nevada Seat

NEW YORK

Albany TU: Polls show Slaughter and Grimm lead, Doheny close

CALIFORNIA

WSJ: Jerry Brown's Tax Cliff
SacBee: Poll finds Jerry Brown has a chance to pass Proposition 30
George Skelton: Gov. Jerry Brown's muddled message hasn't helped Prop. 30's chances

TEXAS

WaPo: Editorial: Texas, an election model for autocrats

NEBRASKA



WSJ: Hagel to Endorse Kerrey as Nebraska Senate Race Tightens

LOUISIANA

WTimes: GOP Louisiana incumbents in bitter face-off for survival

INDIANA

Roll Call: Indiana: Dueling Internal Polls Show Different Races
Fox: Ind. Dem. Donnelly walks careful line on abortion

NEW JERSEY



WSJ: Obama, Christie Survey New Jersey Damage
NYT: An Unlikely Political Pair, United by a Disaster
WaPo: Gov. Chris Christie, an Obama critic, praises the president amid N.J. storm damage
NYT: One Result of Hurricane: Bipartisanship Flows
Rush Limbaugh: Christie Plays Role of Greek Column for the Obama Reelection Campaign

Daily Caller: Women: Sen. Bob Menendez paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic

MASSACHUSETTS

Fox: In Mass., Brown, Warren wind up for final pitches

ARIZONA

Weekly S: Testimony: Carmona Took Advantage of Perks of Office When Surgeon General

MONTANA

WaPo: In Montana governor’s race, Washington interest groups are spending the most















 



 

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