The Note: Gone Fishin' (2006)

"Gallagher vows to stay in race, says he's a true conservative," the Florida Times-Union on the rumors circulating about Gallagher's gubernatorial bid. LINK

"Sanford Gets Head State on Campaigning," The State. LINK

"Gubernatorial debate scheduled," Dallas Morning News on the decision to put the single debate including all four gubernatorial candidates on the night of the Texas-Oklahoma football game, for which independent candidate Carole Strayhorn criticized incumbent Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX): "Surely Rick can muster up the courage to face the people for at least a series of prime-time debates." LINK

The Schwarzenegger Era:

"Is Angelides Running Out of Time, Money? Clinton Brings in $1 Million But It May Not Be Enough," the San Francisco Chronicle. LINK

2008: Republican National Convention:

"GOP Event Has Cities Tallying its Impact," Cleveland Plain Dealer on the four finalist cities for the RNC in 2008. LINK

2008: Republicans:

"Romney cancels Milwaukee visit," the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on the governor's change of plans. LINK

"Romney cancels out-of-state political visits to focus on antiterrorism strategies," the Boston Globe. LINK

"Mitt will miss these waning days as caped crusader," Howie Carr's Boston Herald column. LINK

"Mitt seized spot on national stage," the Boston Herald LINK

"Gov yanks Rev's $350G award," the Boston Herald on Gov. Romney's new income source. LINK

"Huckabee says London events show value of surveillance," New Hampshire Union Leader. LINK

"Huckabee jams at pig roast," the Union Leader on Gov. Mike Huckabee's (R-AR) appearance with his band, "Capitol Offense," at a fundraiser for a local candidate; this marks his fourth trip to New Hampshire. LINK

"The Only Option Is to Win," Newt Gingrich in a Washington Post op-ed challenging Richard Holbrooke for downplaying the relative threat posed by an Iran armed with nuclear weapons. LINK

2008: Democrats:

"Biden: Terror plot proves war's misguided Iraq focus," Des Moines Register on Sen. Joe Biden's (D-DE) at an Iowa campaign stop yesterday, where he claimed the foiled terror plot proves "how badly we have neglected our homeland security." LINK

"'Camp Bayh' looks to light political fire," the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette on Sen. Bayh's PAC funding and sending campaign staffers to states such as Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, and Indiana. LINK

"'Camp Bayh' trains political wannabes," the Indianapolis Star. LINK

"Bayh PAC readies 50 people for Democrat campaigns," the Associated Press. LINK

Barack Obama:

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