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October 21, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL

Fox: Obama, Romney prepare for foreign policy debate
Examiner: Libya likely to dominate final presidential debate
NYDN: Attack on U.S. Consulate in Libya gives Mitt Romney a chance to trump Obama
LA Times: Romney walks cautious line on foreign policy, Afghanistan
WaPo: Obama and Romney hit the final stretch
Boston Globe: One last presidential clash, with world their stage
Fox: Romney, Obama camps attack rival candidate's leadership before final debate
NatJ: Pragmatism and idealism will face off in the final presidential debate
WaPo: For Obama and Romney, Monday’s debate is crucial
Politico: Bob Schieffer in middle seat at last debate
Human Events: The last presidential debate: A wish list

WTimes: Romney ups criticism of Obama’s second-term plans
Reuters: With Romney closing in, Obama to launch swing state blitz
NatJ: Romney Releases Ad Promising Bipartisanship
Hill: Romney ad contrasts Mass. record with Obama’s first term

Rasmussen: Swing State Tracking: Romney 50%, Obama 46%
Gallup: Likely Voters: Romney 51% Obama 45%
Hill: Once-listless presidential race attracts intensity in closing weeks





NYT: Ryan Campaigns in Coal Country
Hill: Ryan hits Obama on energy, jobs in Ohio and Pennsylvania
NatJ: Ryan Campaigns For Votes in Pa., Ohio Coal Country
Cleveland PD: In Ohio, Ryan criticizes Obama over coal
Daily Mail UK: Paul Ryan turns up heat on Obama's 'War on Coal'
WaPo: Ryan hits the campaign trail as Romney prepares for final debate

NYT: Cash Flood Fuels Fight to the End in Leaning States
WSJ: Pro-Obama Super PAC Outraises Romney Group in September
Fox: Obama raises $126M in Sept., outpaces Romney for final campaign spending spree
WaPo: Obama outspent Romney in September
NYT: Romney and Republicans Began Month With $34 Million Advantage, Filings Show

Hill: Military voters still face trouble at polls

NYT: Gosh, Who Talks Like That Now? Romney Does

NYT: Romney’s Proposal for More Military Ships Draws Skepticism

WSJ: Adding a Dab of Celebrity In Stretch Run



Politico: Ann Romney talks about her MS

NYT: A Romney Stance Causes Turmoil for Young Immigrants

NYT: For President, a Complex Calculus of Race and Politics
NYT: Wall St. May Not Cheer, but Obama’s Been Good for Stocks
Hill: Environmental groups divided on whether to hit Obama on climate change
Hill: Obama plans ‘around the clock' blitz

Thomas Friedman: Obama’s Best-Kept Secrets
Maureen Dowd: Pampered Princes Fling Gorilla Dust
Ross Douthat: Sympathy for the Undecided
Clarice Feldman: The 'War on Women' Backfires

CSM: Stop the presses! A tally of newspaper endorsements for president
Hill: Obama racks up newspaper endorsements
Hot Air: Newspaper endorsements. Should you care?

WSJ: Midwest Jobless Rates Shape Electoral Map
WSJ: Makings of a Split 2012 Outcome
Nate Silver: Oct. 20: Calm Day in Forecast, but Volatility Ahead
Nate Silver: Oct. 19: After Romney Gains, Should Obama Concede Florida?
NatJ: Which Politicos of Color Might Serve in the Next Administration?



CONGRESSIONAL

Salena Zito: Senate control hinges on a few races
Fox: Battle for control of Congress hinges on handful of key races, GOP faces uphill climb

Hill: Former House GOP chairmen seek new gavels in Congress



NATIONAL


NYT: U.S. Officials Say Iran Has Agreed to Nuclear Talks
WTimes: White House denies agreement to hold talks with Iran
Detroit News: White House prepared to meet one-on-one with Iran
Fox: White House denies report that US, Iran agreed to hold talks about nuclear program
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: Obama still trying to sweet-talk Iran out of building the bomb
NatJ: New Surveys Show Broad Public Support on Use of Diplomacy With Iran

NYT: China Is Wary of U.S. Candidates’ Tough Talk

NYT: Editorial: Twisting the Facts About Health Care

WaPo: Sunday Talk Shows (10/21/12)
NatJ: Previewing the Sunday Shows



FLORIDA (29)

Fox: Luntz: Pull Florida off the Swing State map
NY Post: Ray of Sunshine as Mitt widens Fla. gap
Sarasota HT: The battle for Florida
Sarasota HT: Obama and Romney both hoping for Florida
Chicago ST: Rahm hits Florida to boost Obama
Dallas MN: Florida seniors driven more by partisanship than fear on Medicare issue

Rasmussen: Florida Senate: Nelson (D) 48%, Mack (R) 43%

PENNSYLVANIA (20)



CNN: Ryan zeroes in on energy jobs in Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh TR: VP hopeful Paul Ryan energizes Moon crowd with campaign appearance
Pittsburgh PG: In Pittsburgh, Ryan pounded Obama record, rallied for Romney
Pittsburgh PG: VP candidate Paul Ryan attends Pittsburgh airport rally
Wilkes-Barre: Ryan speaks briefly in W. Pa., then heads to Ohio

Politico: Republicans find new hope in Pennsylvania
NYDN: Mitt Romney pushes into battle ground states of Pennsylvania and New Hampshire

OHIO (18)





Toledo Blade: Paul Ryan talks energy, jobs at rainy rally in Ohio coal country

Buffalo News: Auto bailout drives debate in Ohio

Hill: Poll: Romney gaining ground in Ohio

WaPo: Ohio county elections director resigns, citing stress of coming presidential election

NORTH CAROLINA (15)

Rasmussen: North Carolina Governor: McCrory (R) 53%, Dalton (D) 42%

VIRGINIA (13)

WaPo: Kaine, Allen hunt for votes the old-fashioned way

WISCONSIN (10)



Milwaukee JS: Thompson strives to stay close to roots

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Bachmann runs hard, holds lead on Graves

NORTH DAKOTA

NatJ: Berg Leads Heitkamp in New N.D. Poll
Politico: Poll: Berg builds lead in North Dakota

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: Colorado marijuana-legalization amendment spending tops $3 million

NEVADA (6)

Politico: Dems hold smaller Nevada edge than '08

NEW YORK

NYT: Editorial: Kirsten Gillibrand for New York

CALIFORNIA

WTimes: Calif.’s Democrat-vs.-Democrat, Berman-Sherman contest may be nation’s nastiest

GEORGIA


AJC: Hall County land deal benefits governor’s campaign chairman

ILLINOIS

Roll Call: Illinois: Jesse Jackson Jr. Robocalls Constituents
Hill: Report: Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. releases robocall, tells supporters 'I am human'
WaPo: After long silence, Rep. Jackson tells constituents in robocall he’s ‘starting to heal’

Daily Caller: Walsh sparks firestorm with comment on necessity of medical abortion

INDIANA

NYT: As Senate Race in Indiana Tightens, Candidates Seem to Move to Center

CONNECTICUT

NYT: Editorial: Christopher Murphy for Connecticut
Ct. Post: Editorial: Chris Murphy for U.S. Senate
Day: Editorial: Chris Murphy for U.S. Senate seat
Norwich Bullet: Our View: Murphy’s experience, courage of convictions, is the better choice

Hartford Courant: McMahon Senate Spending Tops $77 Million for 2010 and 2012

MASSACHUSETTS

Roll Call: Political Stars Light Up Massachusetts Campaign Trail

ARIZONA

WTimes: Senate candidate Flake: White House hurting Arizona economy



 



 

October 20, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL









Fox: Fox News Poll: Romney Now Ahead in Florida
NY Post: Ray of Sunshine as Mitt widens Fla. gap
Fox: Fox News Poll: Support for Obama Dips in Ohio
Hill: Polls: Romney's Fla. lead grows, but Iowa, NH, NC remain close
Gallup: Likely Voters: Romney 51% Obama 45%
Hill: Gallup daily: Romney's lead loses a point
Boston Globe: Presidential predictors puzzled by tossup states
Salena Zito: Electoral College tie could pair Romney with Biden

Daytona Beach: Romney wows thousands at Bandshell rally
Bay News: Supporters pack Daytona bandshell for Romney and Ryan
Orlando Sentinel: Romney in Daytona: We have 'big ideas'
WTimes: Romney: Obama has ‘incredible shrinking campaign’
CNN: Romney on 'the incredible shrinking campaign'
ABC: In Florida, Mitt Romney Derides President Obama’s ‘Incredible Shrinking Campaign’
BBC: Mitt Romney: Obama has 'no agenda' for second term

Fox: Documents show Stevens worried about Libya security threats, Al Qaeda before attack
WTimes: GOP pounces after news of CIA cable on Libya raid
Hill: Republicans hit Obama from all sides on Benghazi response
Hill: Issa takes aim at President Obama with investigation of Libya attack
James Rosen: The Three Benghazi Timelines We Need Answers About
David Ignatius: CIA documents supported Susan Rice’s description of Benghazi attacks
Rush Limbaugh: The Obama Libya Cover-Up Explained
Rush Limbaugh: The President is Disengaged and Uninterested in National Security
Rush Limbaugh: Cold Obama: Libya Deaths "Not Optimal"

NYT: Jockeying Begins for Cabinet Positions With the Election Still Weeks Away
NatJ: Names to Expect in a Romney Administration

Politico: More seven-figure donations for Romney super PAC
Politico: Republican National Committee has $83 million in bank; DNC takes out loan
NYDN: Money men: Who are the biggest donors to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign?

WSJ: How Romney Tackled Tax Changes
WSJ: Romney's Tax Deduction Cap

NYT: Romney as a Manager: Unhurried and Socratic
Examiner: How Romney is different from George W. Bush

Politico: 10 newspaper endorsements

WSJ: Campaigns Strike Diverging Tones

George Will: Seeds of our dysfunction

NYT: Editorial: A World of Harm for Women (if Romney wins)

WaPo: Obama fires up crowd in Virginia with ‘Romnesia’ speech
Examiner: Obama diagnoses challenger with ‘Romnesia’

WaPo: Joe Biden is just being Joe, and the edginess works for some

James Taranto: Bill Clinton hits the campaign trail for-against Obama

WaPo: Gary Johnson’s third-party presidential bid: A real factor or just a footnote?



CONGRESSIONAL

WSJ: Top Budget Democrat Calls to Extend Payroll-Tax Cut
Hill: Senior House Democrat revives discussion of payroll tax cut extension

WaPo: The Fix 60: The most important House races in the country

Human Events: Rep. Walden to head NRCC

Politico: Leadership elections spark Pelosi speculation

Roll Call: NRSC Raised $12.9 Million in September



NATIONAL


WaPo: Unemployment rate drops in 41 states, including most swing states
WSJ: Midwest Jobless Rates Shape Electoral Map
AP: Jobless rate falls in most election battleground states

NatJ: Previewing the Sunday Shows
Politico: Sunday shows: Rubio from Florida



FLORIDA (29)



Rasmussen: Florida: Romney 51%, Obama 46%
Politico: CNN: Romney up by 1 in Florida
WaPo: Ahead of final debate, campaigns converge on Florida
LA Times: With Florida race tight, Romney rallies bikers in Daytona Beach
Politico: Romney keeps distance from Scott in Fla.

Tampa Bay Times: Editorial: Obama for president
CNN: Florida's largest paper again backs Obama

PENNSYLVANIA (20)



Pittsburgh TR: VP hopeful Paul Ryan to speak at airport rally on Saturday

WaPo: Pa. ads create confusion and fear on voter ID, voting rights advocates say

OHIO (18)

Columbus Dispatch: Millennials less enthusiastic about Obama this election
Politico: All about Ohio

Rasmussen: Ohio Senate: Brown (D) 49%, Mandel (R) 44%

VIRGINIA (13)

Rasmussen: Virginia: Romney 50%, Obama 47%
Examiner: In Virginia, it's Romney 50%, Obama 47%
Hill: Romney's strategy of winning Va.: Ripping Obama on defense cuts
NYT: Campaigning in Virginia, Obama Presses Fight for Women’s Vote

WISCONSIN (10)

Rasmussen: Wisconsin: Obama 50%, Romney 48%

WSJ: Mr. Johnson Goes to Washington

MISSOURI (10)

Rasmussen: Missouri: Romney 54%, Obama 43%

Rasmussen: Missouri Senate: McCaskill 51%, Akin 43%
Hill: Since rape comments, silence and small expenditures from some Akin backers

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: Endorsement: Barack Obama for president

NEVADA (6)

Dallas MN: Collapse of housing market weighs on NV, but it hardly comes up in pres. race

NEW MEXICO (5)

WSJ: New Mexico Race Gets Away From GOP

TEXAS

Houston Chronicle: Cruz, Sadler play nice in final debate
Star-Telegram: Cruz, Sadler meet for final debate before U.S. Senate election

ILLINOIS

Hill: Rep. Joe Walsh edges away from controversial remark about abortion

Chicago ST: U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. headed back to Mayo Clinic in Minnesota

TENNESSEE

Tennessean: Time for another change

ARIZONA

Roll Call: Arizona: Jeff Flake Delivers GOP’s Weekly Address
Hill: In GOP address, Flake hammers Obama on deficit, unemployment















 



 

October 19, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



Fox: Romney opens up 7-point lead over Obama, as electoral map begins to shift
Gallup: Likely Voters: Romney 52% Obama 45%
WTimes: Gallup poll gives Romney a significant lead
Nate Silver: Gallup vs. the World
Daily Caller: Bob Beckel: If Gallup numbers are correct, ‘It’s over’
Charlie Cook: The Possibility of a Popular, Electoral Vote Split is Very Real

Examiner: Poll shows Romney leading in blue Pennsylvania
NBC: Polls: Obama holds his lead in Iowa, Wisconsin
WSJ: Poll: Obama Leads in Wisconsin, Iowa
WaPo: Romney is winning the white vote — by a lot

Boston Globe: Mitt Romney gaining on President Obama in foreign policy, poll shows

Jen Rubin: Romney has the momentum
Rush Limbaugh: Romney Now Up Seven in Gallup; Swing State Polls Swing Toward Mitt
Peggy Noonan: The Year the Debates Mattered
Fox: Morris: Obama based his entire reelection on tearing Romney down
WaPo: Rick Santorum, with ‘tingles down my spine,’ can smell a GOP sweep

NatJ: Who Might Serve in a Romney Administration?

WaPo: Obama touts economy as Romney focuses on final debate
WTimes: Voters unsure of Obama’s agenda: President’s second-term plans vague
WaPo: Candidate Obama struggles to match intensity of Obama campaign
WaPo: Obama accuses Romney of trying to sell voters a ‘sketchy deal’ to help the wealthy



WaPo: Obama, Romney roast each other at Alfred E. Smith Dinner
WSJ: Obama, Romney Enjoy Some Comic Relief
NYT: Amid brutal campaign, a respite. With jokes
NYT: A Night of Laughs Amid a Bitter Run for President



WSJ: Obama Pressed on Benghazi on Daily Show
WaPo: President Obama pressed on Libya on ‘The Daily Show’
Examiner: Obama: ‘When four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal’
Politico: Obama on Libya: 'We weren't confused,' deaths weren't 'optimal'
WaPo: On ‘Daily Show with Jon Stewart,’ Obama defends Libya response, jokes about Biden
Telegraph UK: Channelling Mike Dukakis
WSJ: The Foreign Policy Debate
WSJ: A Foreign Policy Failure to Acknowledge the Obvious
Rush Limbaugh: All You Need to Know on Libya: Obama Lied
Charles Krauthammer: The great gaffe

WSJ: Obama Takes Election Fight to Romney's Backyard
WSJ: AFL-CIO Prepares for ‘Election Protection’
WSJ: Biden Mixes Some Praise Into Romney-Ryan Barbs
WSJ: Springsteen, Bill Clinton Team Up for Obama

WSJ: Campaigns Clash Over the Future of Coal

Human Events: Romney campaign enlists over 300 military generals

James Taranto: Was Candy in Cahoots?

Michael Gerson: Liberalism’s shrinking agenda



WTimes: Welfare spending jumps 32% during Obama’s presidency
Rush: Obama's Second-Term Agenda: More Food Stamps, More Welfare, More Dependence

Rush: Obama, Biden and Their Minions in the Media Insult the Intelligence of Women
Rush: Levin: Reagan Had Binders Full of Women Applicants, Doesn't Obama?

WaPo: Obama’s record: Struggling to bring back jobs
Rush Limbaugh: What Happened to Obama's Jobs Council?
Paul Krugman: Snow Job on Jobs

WaPo: Editorial: Mr. Romney’s defense budget: It doesn’t add up

Rush Limbaugh: If You Don't Vote, You're Voting for Obama
NYT: Obama’s New Stump Speech Boils Down to One Word: Vote

NatJ: Who Might Serve in a Second Obama Admin?
NatJ: In Marie Claire Interview, Hillary Clinton Insists She Won’t Run Again

NYDN: Tagg Romney’s rules for the next Republican President

NYT: Campaigns See Latino Voters as Deciders in 3 Key States

Gallup: LGBT Americans Skew Democratic, Largely Support Obama

Boston Globe: Mitt Romney ‘will not run again’ if campaign falls short, wife says

WaPo: Democratic convention ends in debt, Republicans’ in the black



CONGRESSIONAL

WaPo: CEOs warn Obama, Congress to avoid ‘fiscal cliff’
WTimes: Romney transition plan to deal with fiscal cliff
Fox: Romney camp slams Obama over 'fiscal cliff' veto threat, lack of contact with Boehner
Fox: 'Welfare' spending topped $1 trillion in 2011, study shows

WSJ: GOP Freshmen Fight for Seats

NYT: Democrats Use Health Law to Assail Republicans



NATIONAL


NYT: A Second Appeals Court Calls Marriage Law Unfair to Gays



FLORIDA (29)

Orlando Sentinel: Our pick for president: Romney
NYT: Romney Receives Endorsement of Orlando Sentinel

WSJ: Candidates Flock to Florida, Coveting Electoral Votes

OHIO (18)

NYT: Springsteen Helps Obama Lure Blue-Collar Votes in Ohio
WaPo: In swing state Ohio, Obama volunteers scramble for the college vote
Daily Caller: Ohio doctor running newspaper ads criticizing Obamacare ahead of election
Rasmussen: Ohio: Obama 49%, Romney 48%



Columbus Dispatch: Brown, Mandel square off for first Senate debate
Cincinnati: Brown, Mandel attack during first debate
Cleveland PD: Tempers flare between Brown, Josh Mandel during second debate
Akron BJ: Brown, Mandel focus on attacking each other
Roll Call: Ohio: Sherrod Brown, Josh Mandel Get Testy and Personal in Debate
WSJ: Pants on Fire in Ohio Senate Debate
Toledo Blade: Brown, Mandel shout ‘liar’ at each other in hot debate
Huff Post: Josh Mandel Calls Sherrod Brown 'Liar' In Debate

NORTH CAROLINA (15)

Rasmussen: North Carolina: Romney 52%, Obama 46%
CNN: Romney campaign begins shifting out of North Carolina

VIRGINIA (13)



WTimes: In final debate, Kaine, Allen exchange biggest shots
Examiner: Kaine, Allen duke it out in Virginia Senate debate
Kim Strassel: Going on Offense About Defense
WaPo: Tim Kaine’s moral convictions and political ambitions

WISCONSIN (10)



Milwaukee JS: Thompson, Baldwin wrangle over health care, economy in testy debate
Roll Call: Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin, Tommy Thompson Stick to the Script in Debate
WSJ: Democrat Widens Lead in Wis. Senate Race
NatJ: Poll: Baldwin Holds Slight Lead in Wisconsin

MISSOURI (10)

Roll Call: Missouri: Todd Akin, Claire McCaskill Reprise Familiar Themes
NatJ: Akin Trails McCaskill in Fundraising, Poll
NYT: Missouri Political Donor Thrives With No Limits
DC: Whistle-blower audio: McCaskill’s husband cut business deals in Senate Dining Room

NEVADA (6)

Rasmussen: Nevada Senate: Heller (R) 50%, Berkley (D) 43%

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)

WaPo: For Obama and Romney, small New Hampshire could have a big impact

Rasmussen: New Hampshire Governor: Lamontagne (R) 48%, Hassan (D) 46%

NEW YORK

NYT: Cuomo to Travel the U.S. on Obama’s Behalf

NatJ: Siena Poll: Nan Hayworth Holds 7-Point Lead

NYT: Editorial: Sunlight on Lobbying in Albany















 



 

October 18, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL







Gallup: Election 2012 Likely Voters Trial Heat: Romney 51% Obama 45%
Hill: Gallup: Romney's lead among likely voters expands to six points
Rush: Barack is Back? Romney Lead Widens to Six (51-45) in Gallup Daily Tracking Poll
Rush Limbaugh: Luntz Focus Group Swings to Romney
NatJ: It’s Down to Just 8 States for Obama and Romney
Hill: Obama campaign ‘absolutely not’ giving up in Fla., NC, Va.
NatJ: Millennial Poll: Obama Is So Yesterday
Examiner: Campaign Roundup: Millennial Poll: Obama Is So Yesterday
WTimes: Obama may not get big ‘millennial’ backing again
NYT: Scant Gains for Romney in a Poll of Young Voters
Human Events: What did the CNN poll really show?
Dallas MN: Analysis: Don’t expect 2nd big shift after Obama’s strong debate showing
National Review: Obama’s New Firewall: Ohio, Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada

Karl Rove: Obama Won the Debate but Is Losing the Argument
Dan Henninger: The Un-President: Obama shows an unerring instinct for policy deniability
Ann Coulter: Obama at Hofstra: Relatively Alert, Ergo Big Winner
Rush: My Debate Analysis Defies the Uniformity of Thought That Pervades Virtually All Media
Rush: Candy Crowley's Act of Journalistic Terrorism Failed to Help Obama on Libya
Dana Milbank: Romney’s facts are curious things
EJ Dionne: Romney goes from Etch a Sketch to sketchy
Robert Samuelson: The fiscal future? Well, that can wait.
Andrew Napolitano: Obama is responsible for the mess in Libya
Major Garrett: What's Next in the Obama-Romney Duel
Byron York: Chris Matthews: Is challenging Obama unconstitutional?
Rich Lowry: President Obama cedes the future to Mitt Romney
Rush Limbaugh: Obama's 2008 Lies Don't Work Anymore

WTimes: Day after debate, Obama, Romney keep on punching
Hill: Mitt Romney: 'I love these debates'
NYT: Obama and Romney Back on Trail After Caustic Debate
Examiner: Romney, Obama both feel surge after combative debate
Fox: Obama's post-debate pitch aims to make campaign all about Romney
Hill: Team Romney won't rein in GOP nominee during third debate

WSJ: Candidates Zero In on Women Voters
WTimes: Post-debate, candidates court women’s vote
Boston Globe: Obama, Romney turn focus to women’s issues
Examiner: Obama, Romney make post-debate appeals to women
NYT: Rival Campaigns Intently Pursue Votes of Women
WaPo: Women’s issues help shape presidential debate
NatJ: Debate Triggers War Over Women on TV, Twitter, Trail, and Phone
WaPo: Debate anecdote prompts closer look inside Romney’s binder
Fox: Women, including ex-Cabinet members, rally behind Romney and 'binder' project
Hill: Binders' remark shines spotlight on Romney appointments as governor
Rush: Liberals Fall Back on Old Cliches After Romney's "Binders Full of Women" Remark

WSJ: Exchange at Debate Escalates Libya Feud
WTimes: Obama yet to confirm ‘terrorist’ act in Libya
Hill: Obama, Romney sharpen arguments for rematch over Libya
WaPo: Romney’s missteps on Libya may hurt criticism of Obama’s foreign policy
American Thinker: Benghazi: Emperor Obama's Waterloo?

WSJ: China Fumes Over 'Bashing'
NYT: On China Currency, Hot Topic in Debate, Truth Is Nuanced
WaPo: Romney, Obama don’t address complexities of China investment debate
Fox: Romney highlights Chinese firms in Obama pension fund

WSJ: Debate Hotspots: Energy, Benghazi, Taxes
WTimes: Obama, Romney at odds on energy
WSJ: Coal Emerges as Hot Election Issue
WSJ: The President's real record on fossil fuels
Weekly Standard: Obama's Energy Policy Led to Higher Gas Prices

WTimes: Not backing down, Romney clarifies debate remarks on illegals
NatJ: Romney’s Newfound Moderation on Immigration Threatens Democrats

NatJ: Second Debate Draws 65.6 Million Viewers
Hill: Viewership down slightly in second presidential debate
Human Events: TV audience remains huge for second presidential debate

Politico: Dennis Miller stumps for Romney

Daily Caller: Romney aides take aim at CNN’s Crowley after Tuesday’s debate
American Spectator: The Candy Crowley Tipping Point
National Review: Bizarre Coincidence: Democrats Get More Time in All Three Debates

NYT: Debating Over Last Term, Candidates Say Little of Next
Pittsburgh TR: Obama, Romney face off in head-to-head combat
WaPo: In Obama-Romney rematch, who won the battle of body language?
Hill: Obama hopes second debate performance stopped the bleeding
WaPo: Editorial: Avoiding reality at the debates
LA Times: Obama and Romney campaigns battle to mobilize voters

WaPo: Romney’s first step into political arena, vs. Ted Kennedy in 1994, was a cautious one

Phil Gramm & Michael Solon: Can Government Benefits Turn an Election?

James Taranto: The Envious Affluent




CONGRESSIONAL



Fox: Issa threatens subpoena this week over ObamaCare documents

WaPo: Officials: Obama ready to veto a bill blocking ‘fiscal cliff’ without tax hike for rich

NatJ: Senate Fundraising Winners and Losers
Politico: GOP’s problems exposed in struggle for Senate
Hill: Democratic Senate hopefuls in red states wrestle with threat from Obama
Hill: Senate candidates in tough races raise $57M

NatJ: Report: 25 Allegations of Harassment, Discrimination Filed by Congressional Staffers
Politico: Harassment, discrimination claims spike on Hill
Hill: Study finds rise in discrimination, harassment claims on Capitol Hill



NATIONAL


George Will: The Fed’s mission creep

Daily Caller: Report: Welfare is govt’s single largest budget item in FY 2011 at $1.03 trillion

NYT: Rising College Costs Pose Test for Obama on Education Policies
NYT: Student-Loan Borrowers Average $26,500 in Debt

WTimes: Violent crime rises 18 percent nationwide



FLORIDA (29)



Miami Herald: Nelson, Mack spar in testy Senate debate
Florida Today: Nelson, Mack fire away at each other
Tampa Trib: Nelson, Mack tussle in Florida's only Senate debate
Sun Sentinel: Mack, Nelson take gloves off in Senate debate
News-Press: Florida U.S. Senate candidates Nelson, Mack get nasty in only debate

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

Roll Call: Pennsylvania: Tom Smith Takes Advantage of National Trends With Deep Pockets

OHIO (18)

Roll Call: Ohio Members Drowned Out by Ads

NORTH CAROLINA (15)

Dallas MN: Ron Kirk helping President Obama get out the vote in North Carolina

VIRGINIA (13)

LA Times: Romney stumps in Virginia highlighting debate, women's suffering
NatJ: Why Virginia Is Ground Zero in 2012
American Spectator: Obama's Hope Fades in Virginia



WaPo: George Allen shows a more cautious, humbler side
Examiner: McDonnell to join Allen on campaign trail next week

WISCONSIN (10)

Milwaukee JS: Romney's October surge heightens the drama in Wisconsin



Politico: Thompson pulls even in Wisconsin
Politico: Christie backs Tommy Thompson
Roll Call: Tammy Baldwin Follows Scott Walker’s Playbook in Wisconsin

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Minnesota gets some presidential attention

MISSOURI (10)



WSJ: Akin Bonds Ever Tighter With Evangelicals

IOWA (6)

Politico: Obama keeps pressure on Mitt Romney in Iowa

NEVADA (6)

Rasmussen: Nevada: Obama 50%, Romney 47%
Fox: Tight Nevada Senate race may hinge on voter turnout for presidential race

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)

Rasmussen: New Hampshire: Obama 50%, Romney 49%

NEW YORK



Albany TU: Gillibrand, Long differ on abortion, gas drilling in Senate debate
Albany TU: Long and Gillibrand clash on fracking, abortion
NYT: In Sole Debate, Senate Rivals Don’t Agree on Much
NYDN: Gillibrand rips Silver for using $100k in taxpayer money to settle sexual harassment claims against Vito Lopez
WSJ: In Debate, Gillibrand, Long Tackle Jobs, Economy — And ’50 Shades of Grey’
AP: Gillibrand, Long debate becomes heated at times
Newsday: Gillibrand, Long face off in debate
Albany TU: Gillibrand outraised Long 5-1 in last filing period

NYT: Bloomberg Starts ‘Super PAC,’ Seeking National Influence

OKLAHOMA

Daily Caller: Sen. Inhofe warns of unfettered EPA in second Obama term

GEORGIA


AJC: Georgia: the past four years

ILLINOIS

Chicago ST: Duckworth: No SuperPAC will ‘bury’ me

Fox: County official proposes bullet tax to curb Chicago crime

CONNECTICUT

Roll Call: Connecticut: Christopher Murphy, Linda McMahon Still in Statistical Tie
WSJ: Conn. Senate Race Framed by Fight for Independents

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: Brown, Warren show sharpest differences on taxes

ARIZONA

HB: Nearly $14M Spent in AZ US Senate Race

WASHINGTON STATE

Rasmussen: Washington: Obama 55%, Romney 42%































 



 

October 17, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL









Gallup: Romney 50%, Obama 46% Among Likely Voters
NY Post: Romney onward & upward: Leads nationally by 4 in Gallup poll
Dick Morris: Mitt needs to expand map

WTimes: Obama, Romney clash on jobs, energy and Libya at second debate
Fox: Obama, Romney turn up the tension in second presidential debate
WSJ: Candidates Tangle in Fractious Debate
Examiner: Obama returns fire in second presidential debate
Hill: Aggressive Obama and Romney exchange blows in second debate
NYT: Rivals Bring Bare Fists to Rematch
Roll Call: Obama, Romney Tangle in Heated Second Debate
WaPo: With stakes high, Obama hits back at Romney in a fiery second debate
Dallas MN: Analysis: Obama brings heat in 2nd debate, but did he sacrifice likability?

NYT: Attack on U.S. Mission in Benghazi Becomes Subject of Strongest Words
WSJ: Obama Takes Responsibility for Libya
Examiner: Romney was right on the Libya exchange
Hill: Moderator Crowley helps Obama rebut Romney on Libya
WSJ: Replay: Obama’s Rose Garden Remarks on Libya
Erick Erickson: Candy Crowley admits Romney was right on Libya
Fox: State Department hasn't ruled out role of anti-Islam video in Libya strike, sources say
James Taranto: Can Mrs. Clinton really absolve Obama of responsibility?
Rush Limbaugh: Hillary Gets Dumped On Again!
William Kristol: It Comes Down to Foreign Policy

Daily Caller: Romney, Obama get testy in free-for-all fight over energy policy
WSJ: Obama's green energy industrial policy turns up in Chapter 11
WTimes: Battery maker bankrupt after receiving $250M in stimulus funds

WTimes: Romney opens door on immigration

WTimes: Protestant clerics back Romney by wide margin

Examiner: To more and more women, Romney is the safer choice

WSJ: A President Without a Plan: no agenda for the next four years
Human Events: Once again, Obama’s record wins it for Romney
Human Events: Romney may have swayed undecideds on economy
National Review: The Second Debate
NYT: Editorial: Mr. Obama Comes Back
Charles Hurt: Romney ticks off failed math of Obama’s four years
Holman Jenkins: Two Puddings, No Theme
Fred Barnes: Not a Game Changer
Michael Barone: Thoughts on the second presidential debate
Thomas Friedman: How to Score the Debate
Dan Balz: Presidential fight likely to be bitter until the bitter end
Jen Rubin: Romney vs. Obama, round two
Ted Nugent: Want a job? Vote for Romney

WSJ: A Lively Debate Again Changes Campaign's Arc
Weekly Standard: Three Polls Point to a Draw at the Second Presidential Debate
NYT: For the President, Punch, Punch, Another Punch
NYT: In Debate’s Dance, Romney Has More Missteps
WSJ: Political Pros: Romney Momentum vs. Stronger Obama
WTimes: Pundits, surrogates split on who won
Fox: Aggressive second presidential debate leaves both sides split on who won
NatJ: Obama Rediscovers His Nerve and Makes It a Race
NYT: Which Changed First, the Polls or the Markets?
AllVoices: Romney wins second heat of presidential debate triple crown
American Thinker: Romney Wins the Three-Way Debate at Hofstra
WSJ: Squabbles Viewed as a Turnoff for Undecided
WSJ: Instant Polls: Obama Wins Second Debate
Hill: Obama eases Democrats' worries with sharp performance against Romney
Nate Silver: Instant Reaction Polls Show Narrow Obama Advantage in Second Debate
CNN: CNN Poll: Nearly half say Obama won showdown
Ross Douthat: Obama's Narrow Victory
Matt Miller: Romney and Obama are now neck and neck
Rush Limbaugh: The Polls and the Truth

Daily Caller: Romney aides take aim at CNN’s Crowley after Tuesday’s debate
Joe Curl: Crowley skews hard for Obama in disastrous debate
American Spectator: A Sour Taste of Candy

CNN: Watch the full replay of the debate
CNN: Transcript: Second presidential debate



WSJ: Romney Camp Courts Donors at N.Y. Retreat

NYT: Romney Campaign Makes $12 Million Ad Buy

WaPo: How the Clintons are doing some heavy lifting for Obama



CONGRESSIONAL

WSJ: GOP Super PACs Increase Spending to Defend House

Hill: Rep. Walden is sure bet to head NRCC



NATIONAL



WSJ: The Better Solution for 'Pre-Existing Conditions'

WSJ: Billionaire Peterffy Warns of Slide Into Socialism

NYT: Appeals Court Overturns Terrorism Conviction of Bin Laden’s Driver
NYT: In Setback for Military Tribunals, Bin Laden Driver’s Conviction Is Reversed



FLORIDA (29)

Miami Herald: Nelson and Mack to debate at Nova Southeastern for U.S. Senate race

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

Reuters: Races tight, Pennsylvania reclaims "swing state" status: poll
WTimes: Romney’s surge could put Pennsylvania back in play

OHIO (18)

WSJ: Justices Refuse to Curb Early Voting in Ohio
Robert Barnes: Supreme Court won’t get involved in Ohio early-voting dispute

WaPo: Campaign conflicts come to life in Ohio’s capital
WTimes: Ohio TV viewers can’t escape the mass, crass campaign ads

VIRGINIA (13)

Examiner: Kaine, Allen rally Northern Virginia supporters

WISCONSIN (10)

Hill: Ryan tries to break through Obama’s Midwestern firewall, deliver Wisconsin

Milwaukee JS: Thompson wins business support, criticizes Baldwin on jobs record
Fox: Former Gov. Thompson says son feels terrible for Obama remark

MISSOURI (10)

WDRB: Rand Paul helps Todd Akin in election race
Springfield NL: Janet Huckabee, Duggar family appear at women's rally for Akin
DC: Todd Akin’s campaign accuses Crossroads, NRSC of wanting Claire McCaskill to win Senate race
NatJ: Internal Poll Shows McCaskill Up 14 on Akin

IOWA (6)

NYT: As Two Iowa Incumbents Compete, the White House Race Reverberates

NEW YORK

NYT: Attack Ads, by Outside Groups With Murky Ties, Shape 3 New York Senate Races

Buffalo News: Hochul, Collins take up national issues in first debate
Bob McCarthy: McCarthy's analysis of Hochul-Collins debate

CALIFORNIA

NYT: California Ballot Initiatives, Born in Populism, Now Come From Billionaires

GEORGIA


AJC: White voters solidly in for GOP in Georgia

ILLINOIS

Chicago Tribune: Jackson Jr. probe clouds political, legal future
Politico: Jesse Jackson Jr. says he’s ‘not well’
Chicago ST: Rev. Jesse Jackson says he is praying for his son

INDIANA

Desert Sun: Strong third quarter for Richard Mourdock widens money gap in Senate race
WIBC: Donnelly, Mourdock Say They're Not Directly Courting Lugar Voters
WaPo: Monday night’s Indiana Senate debate

Rasmussen: Indiana: Romney 54%, Obama 41%

NEW JERSEY

NatJ: Poll: Christie-Booker Would Be Close Race

MASSACHUSETTS

WSJ: Bair to Endorse Warren in Mass. Senate Race

Rasmussen: Massachusetts: Obama 57%, Romney 42%

ARIZONA

Politico: Richard Carmona moves to fend off anti-women attack

MONTANA

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

WASHINGTON STATE

Rasmussen: Washington Governor: Inslee (D) 47%, McKenna (R) 45%















 



 

October 16, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL





Boston Globe: Crucial debate in presidential race tonight
WSJ: Romney, Obama Hone Their Debate Messages
NYDN: Presidential debate on tap at Hofstra: Obama will try to rebound
NatJ: What the Candidates Need to Do in Debate No. 2
NYT: China and Its Trade Practices Are Coming to the Debates
Human Events: Romney, Obama need to discuss the threats to America’s cybersecurity
Human Events: Debate Preview: 6 warnings on U.S. foreign policy
NYT: 2nd Presidential Debate Is Less Formal, but Little Is Left to Chance
Human Events: Five things for Mitt Romney to accomplish in the second presidential debate
Byron York: Obama-Romney II: Prez needs to win by knockout

WSJ: Campaigns Want Tight Rein on Debate Moderator
WTimes: Crowley says she will 'cull' town-hall questions
Politico: CPD: Crowley shouldn't reinterpret questions
Boston Globe: Debate moderators also placed under microscope
Examiner: Axelrod: Leave Candy Crowley alone
LA Times: Crowley's anticipated moderation causing anxiety in both campaigns
WaPo: Candy Crowley debate brouhaha: Five things the campaigns are OK with
Daily Caller: Women’s groups slam candidates for push to silence Candy Crowley

WSJ: Clinton Accepts Blame for Benghazi
WTimes: Clinton takes ‘full responsibility’ for security at Libyan consulate
WaPo: CNN: Clinton takes ‘full responsibility’ for security before Benghazi attack
Fox: Clinton takes responsibility for consulate security, blames confusion on 'fog of war'
Examiner: Clinton calls Libya attack her responsibility in CNN interview
Daily Caller: Hillary Clinton shields Obama from Benghazi scandal
Examiner: GOP Senators: ‘The buck stops’ with Obama on Benghazi attack and WH spin
NYT: Election-Year Stakes Overshadow Nuances of Libya Investigation
NYT: Giuliani Criticizes Obama on Handling of Benghazi Attack
WaPo: U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice at center of storm over comments on attack in Benghazi
WaPo: Militant jihadists’ rise in Arab world imperils region’s stability
Jed Babbin: Benghazigate
Stephen Hayes: The Benghazi Scandal

NYT: Debt Impasse Shadows Race for Presidency

WSJ: Romney Raised $170 Million in September
WaPo: Romney campaign raised $170 million in September
NYT: Romney Raises $170 Million to Finance Final Push
Hill: Team Romney banks $170M in September, trails Obama by $11M
WTimes: Healthcare and petroleum lobbyists raise $9M for Romney
WTimes: Disclosures: Romney's Victory Fund has $37M in bank

Rush Limbaugh: Anecdotal Evidence Shows Big Mo for Mitt
Rush Limbaugh: Don't Apologize for 47%, Mitt
Matt Miller: Romney’s killer Sister Souljah move
David Brooks: Rules for Craftsmen
Joe Curl: Time to prepare for the ugliest debate ever — ever

WSJ: Drop the Ball, Get a Time-Out
NYT: Romney Is Attacked by His Father’s Longtime Aide
Roll Call: Lobbyists Might Join Romney’s Team

USA Today: Swing States poll: Women push Romney into lead
Politico: Poll: Romney takes a five point lead
Hill: Poll: Romney surges ahead of Obama in the dozen swing states
Fox: Obama, Romney tied in influential RealClearPolitics poll average
Human Events: Momentum, Romney
Gallup: Voters Equally Favorable to Romney, Obama
Examiner: Obama camp attacks Gallup again
WTimes: In battleground states, race is now hand-to-hand combat
WSJ: As Race Tightens, Fights Over Polls Get Loud
Examiner: Campaign Roundup: Poll: Romney leaps ahead of Obama in the swing states
NYT: Over the Decades, How States Have Shifted
Nate Silver: Oct. 15: Distracted by Polling Noise
Joe Scarborough: Romney's Electoral College gains
James Taranto: Weighting Game: Will 2012 be the Year of the Adipose-American Voter?
Infowars: New Threats to Riot if Obama Loses Election



WSJ: Transcript of the WSJ’s Paul Ryan Interview
NatJ: The GOP Grannies Who Love Paul Ryan

Michael Gerson: Biden’s toxic victory

Fox: Catholic bishops: Biden’s debate remark on contraception mandate not true
Politico: Catholic voters target of aggressive push

WTimes: Door-to-door ground game walks fine line

Politico: 5 unmet promises of President Obama

WSJ: The Wizard of Obama
Rush Limbaugh: The Left Knows How Far Obama Has Fallen
Rush: Obama Blames Hillary for Libya, Kerry for the Debate -- and Bush for Everything Else
Rush Limbaugh: Desperate Obama Going Back to Bain?

NatJ: The Stakes for Obama in the Next Debate
Hill: Obama's flip-flop strategy against Romney carries risks
WaPo: Obama’s supporters see advantage in debate’s town-hall format
WTimes: After Biden, Obama will be ‘respectful’ in next debate
Fox: Obama, Romney teams upend expectations game heading into second debate
Politico: 5 things to watch at the debate

WSJ: President Obama Plans to Vote Early
NYT: Obama Campaign Feels ‘Good’ About State of Race



CONGRESSIONAL

Dana Milbank: Harry Reid’s hammer throw

WTimes: Coburn calls out Senate cohorts as biggest waste in government
Fox: Coburn's 'Waste Book' details $19 billion in eye-opening government expenses



NATIONAL


WSJ: U.S. Appears Set to Hit Debt Ceiling in January

WSJ: The Solyndra Memorial Tax Break
Charles Lane: Liberals’ green-energy contradictions

WSJ: Infostructure Is the New Infrastructure

John Bolton: Peace Prize honoring favorites over accomplishments

NYT: Editorial: If Roe v. Wade Goes



FLORIDA (29)

Rasmussen: Florida Senate: Nelson (D) 46%, Mack (R) 45%



Politico: Allen West's smashmouth politics
Fox: Rep. Allen West relies on familiar, hard-hitting style in fight to retain House seat

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

NatJ: Poll Shows Romney Gaining Ground in Pennsylvania
NatJ: Two Polls Show a Tight Race in Pennsylvania
PoliticsPA: Smith Outraises Casey, Not Including $10M Loan

Roll Call: Mark Critz Is Fighting Barack Obama’s Ballot Drag to Keep His Seat

OHIO (18)

WaPo: In battleground Ohio, Obama and Romney fight for blue-collar swing voters
WaPo: Charity president unhappy about Paul Ryan soup kitchen ‘photo op’
Politico: Obama counting on Ohio
Politico: Anti-Obama group putting $900k into Ohio
Chicago ST: All eyes on Ohio’s voters in Obama-Romney race

MICHIGAN (16)

Rasmussen: Michigan Senate: Stabenow (D) 51%, Hoekstra (R) 39%

NORTH CAROLINA (15)

Dallas MN: In North Carolina, dimmed black enthusiasm could hurt Obama

VIRGINIA (13)

Rasmussen: Virginia Senate: Kaine (D) 48%, Allen (R) 47%
Examiner: Va. Senate race tops in attracting outside money
WaPo: Editorial: Our choice in Virginia: Tim Kaine for the U.S. Senate

WISCONSIN (10)



Milwaukee JS: Ryan stresses debt, economy in Carroll speech
Hill: Ryan fires up the faithful in Wisconsin homecoming
WaPo: Wisconsin, the land of persuadable voters

Milwaukee JS: Baldwin leading Thompson in fundraising, cash on hand
NatJ: Thompson Trails Baldwin in Fundraising

Daily Caller: Romney campaign files federal suit to ensure all military ballots count in WI

MINNESOTA (10)

Politico: Bachmann on Dem takeover list

MISSOURI (10)

WTimes: Akin takes the lead in Missouri in new poll
Daily Caller: Poll finds Akin with lead over McCaskill, outside margin of error
WTimes: GOP gains in Missouri over decade can aid Akin

NEBRASKA

WTimes: Kerrey bets ranch on Nebraska race

COLORADO (9)

Denver Post: Faith voters onboard for Romney

NEVADA (6)

NYT: 73,000 Political Ads Test Even a City of Excess

Politico: Reid rips House hopeful Tarkanian

NEW YORK

NYT: New York’s Rising Jobless Rate Poses Test for Cuomo

WSJ: NYC Mayoral Hopeful Allon to Run as Republican
NYT: Mayoral Hopeful Switches to G.O.P.

CALIFORNIA

Dan Walters: The reality of what's happening with California gas prices

SOUTH CAROLINA

Daily Caller: Sen. Graham's collaboration with Dems points to tea-party challenge in '14

ILLINOIS

NYT: Jackson Is Investigated Over Money in Campaign
WaPo: Jesse Jackson Jr.: Political candidate and subject of many unanswered questions
Roll Call: Jesse Jackson Jr.’s Troubles May Not Take Him Down
Chicago ST: Jesse Jackson Jr. camp silent on federal investigation

Chicago Tribune: Most voters blame pols, not unions, for pension mess

INDIANA

Rasmussen: Indiana Senate: Mourdock (R) 47%, Donnelly (D) 42%

MASSACHUSETTS

Hill: Warren, Brown battle to the end
Boston Globe: Record hauls by Elizabeth Warren, Scott Brown
Roll Call: Massachusetts: Elizabeth Warren Raises $12.1 Million to Scott Brown’s $7.45 Million

ARIZONA

Reuters: US high court to weigh Arizona voter registration case
WTimes: High court to review Arizona voter ID law
WaPo: Supreme Court will consider reinstating Arizona voter registration law
WSJ: Supreme Court to Take Up Arizona Voter Law
Arizona Republic: Foes of Arizona voter-ID law petition justices

MONTANA

WaPo: Montana Senate race is coming down to the wire























 



 

October 15, 2012



PRESIDENTIAL



WSJ: Town-Hall Format Could Dull Barbs in Second Debate
NYT: Most Crucial Time for Candidates May Be After the Debate
WaPo: Presidential contest tight nationally ahead of second debate
WTimes: Romney will channel Reagan on world affairs in debate
NYDN: Obama and Romney leave campaign trail for more debate prep
Fox: Obama team vows president will have aggressive debate, put Bain on the table
Hill: Dem, GOP insiders expect better debate performance from Obama
NatJ: The Stakes for Obama in the Next Debate
Time: Moderator Role Under Scrutiny — Before the Debate
Chris Cillizza: At second presidential debate, pressure will be on Obama

WSJ: GOP Steps Up Criticism Over Libya Attack
WTimes: GOP: Libya shows Obama ‘incompetent’
NYT: Two Sides Trade Criticism in Rancor Over Libya Attack
Fox: Dems defend admin's Libya response, accuse Romney of exploiting issue
WTimes: Graham and Issa say White House put politics ahead of safety in Libya
NYT: Editorial: No Shame
WaPo: Editorial: Justice after Benghazi
NYT: Public Editor: Why Wasn’t Libya Hearing on Page A1 of The Times?
Stephen Hayes: The Benghazi Scandal
Joe Curl: The lies pile up on Benghazi
John Fund: The October Surprise May Be Libya

WaPo: How Obama bungled the Syrian revolution

American Thinker: Barack Obama's October Surprises

Hill: Obama faces dilemma over gas prices as presidential campaign hits homestretch
Fox: Country's gas pains give Romney fuel for making domestic energy key issue

Fox: Gun rights groups now aligning solidly behind Romney

Examiner: New Romney ad compares serious agenda with laughing Biden

Roll Call: Groups Work to Turn Out Youth Vote for GOP

WaPo: Marriott is mainstay for Romney campaign

Jen Rubin: Romney now on track
NatJ: Poll: Race Still Tied as GOP Enthusiasm Jumps
Politico: Battleground Poll: Mitt more likable
Hill: Gallup: Romney holds 49-47 edge on Obama
NY Post: Obama is in ‘real trouble’ as Romney edges further ahead in polls
Politico: Post/ABC poll: Obama 49, Romney 46
Hill: Poll finds Obama with 49-46 national lead on eve of second debate
Examiner: GOP hopes soar as Romney rolls in Ohio
Politico: The 3 states that may decide the election
Miami Herald: Poll: Obama holds big lead over Romney among Hispanic voters nationwide; margin much smaller in Florida



WSJ: Ryan Says GOP Win Would Spur a Tax Deal

WSJ: GOP Plans Fundraiser Retreat in New York

WaPo: Obama hunkers down in debate prep
WSJ: Obama Says Debate Prep ‘Going Great’
Hill: Obama: Debate prep for round two ‘going great’
NYT: Obama’s Prep Session Goal: Don’t Repeat Mistakes of Last Debate

WSJ: Obama's Record in the Americas
WSJ: Obama's Great Alaska Shutout

Steven Rattner: The Radical Is Romney, Not Ryan
Paul Krugman: Death By Ideology

Juan Williams: GOP’s voter ID campaign aimed at suppressing constitutional rights

NYT: Spoiler Alert! G.O.P. Fighting Libertarian’s Spot on the Ballot



CONGRESSIONAL

WSJ: Schumer to Tax Reform: Drop Dead

Roll Call: NRCC Launches More Than $6 Million Worth of Ads

Salena Zito: Stalemate expected to persist in Congress
Politico: Libertarians could be spoilers in key Senate races



NATIONAL


Daily Caller: Pew survey finds 1 in 5 Americans, mostly Democrats, have no religion



FLORIDA (29)

Hill: Poll: Romney gains 5 points to take Fla. lead
NatJ: Clashing Over Presidential Performance in Florida

PENNSYLVANIA (20)

WTimes: Arlen Specter, former Pa. senator, dies at 82
NYT: Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania Senator, Is Dead at 82
LA Times: Arlen Specter dies at 82; longtime senator was a political maverick
Fox: Former Sen. Specter dies at 82, switched parties, hailed by Washington leaders
WaPo: Arlen Specter, longtime Senate centrist from Pa. died in fight for political moderation
Politico: The endless contradictions of Arlen Specter

OHIO (18)



Columbus Dispatch: Romney on the rise in Ohio
Columbus Dispatch: All about turnout
NatJ: Portman: Romney Could Win Without Ohio
National Review: The Path Without Ohio

WISCONSIN (10)

Milwaukee JS: Tommy Thompson's son calls for sending Obama back 'to Kenya'
Politico: Tommy Thompson's son's 'Kenya' gibe
Hill: Paul Ryan steps up for cash-strapped ‘mentor’ Tommy Thompson in Wisconsin

MINNESOTA (10)

Star Tribune: Fired Senate staffer Michael Brodkorb tells of 'palace coup'

NORTH DAKOTA

WTimes: Democrat’s appeal keeps North Dakota Senate race tight

NEW HAMPSHIRE (4)

Rasmussen: New Hampshire Governor: Hassan (D) 48%, Lamontagne (R) 46%

NEW YORK

NYDN: Sen. Gillibrand suddenly on the short list of potential presidential candidates for 2016

NYT: Republican Candidates Embrace Cuomo’s Appeal

NYT: A Seat for the Taking, but First Seeking Traction (Grimm vs. Murphy)

CALIFORNIA

LA Times: Ventura County congressional district is a battleground

TEXAS

Dallas MN: Dems look to gain state House seats, but GOP will remain firmly in control

GEORGIA


AJC: Romney tops Obama in Georgia as economy dominates campaign

ILLINOIS

WSJ: Jackson Is Subject of Criminal Probe
Chicago ST: Report: Jackson allegedly improperly used campaign money to decorate home

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Globe: A divide of donors in Senate contest
WS: Warren Claims Not to 'Know' Whether Union Members Were Fined for Not Supporting Her







 



 

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