The New York Post ed board suggests William Weld should move to the bottom of the gubernatorial ticket. LINK
The Schwarzenegger Era:
Despite near universal Republican opposition to the redistricting initiative on Ohio's ballot in November, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is throwing his support behind it in an effort to show he's committed to non-partisan redistricting irrespective of which incumbent majority party may suffer electoral losses, reports the New York Times' Dean Murphy. LINK
"Mitch McConnell is waiting patiently in the Senate's wings, but he will soon be standing in the spotlight -- a fact not lost on lawmakers, lobbyists and aides," The Hill reports. LINK
Keying off of the group's 20th anniversary celebration, the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza looks at the ways in which Emily's List makes the dough rise and Notes that the organization dedicated to electing more pro-abortion-rights women is hoping to play "queen maker" through its endorsement of Hennepin County Attorney Amy Klobuchar over child safety advocate Patty Wetterling in the race to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Mark Dayton of Minnesota. LINK
Amy Sherman-Palladino, the executive producer of the WB's "Gilmore Girls," is feeling "very honored, very lucky, and sooo not worthy" to have former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright guest star on Oct. 25.