The Note's Must-Reads

Must Reads:

USA Today's Susan Page: "Poll: Electability key among Democrats" LINK

New York Post's Maggie Haberman: "MIKE EYES '08 TEAM" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

New York Times' Marc Santora "McCain Senses Momentum Is Starting to Help Him" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Maeve Reston and Robin Abcarian: "McCain tries to turn a corner in N.H." LINK

Washington Times' Joseph Curl: "McCain outflanks Giuliani in N.H." LINK

Concord Monitor's Margot Sanger-Katz: "McCain celebrates his independents" LINK

2008: Republicans: Huckabee:

Los Angeles Times' Phil Willon: "Huckabee dons the bull's-eye that all contenders wear" LINK

New York Post's Carl Campanile: "HUCK'S CROSS-OVER APPEAL" LINK

Concord Monitor's Melanie Asmar: "Huckabee defends his record on crime" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

New York Times' David D. Kirkpatrick: "For Romney, a Course Set Long Ago" LINK

Wall Street Journal's ELIZABETH HOLMES: "Mormons Back Romney -- in Iowa" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Phil Willon: "Quietly excited about Romney" LINK

Boston Herald's Mike Underwood: "Romney's tear-fest just not enough" LINK

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

New York Sun's NICHOLAS WAPSHOTT: "Giuliani Begins Retreat From New Hampshire" LINK


New York Daily News' DAVID SALTONSTALL: "Giuliani sends campaign cash south" LINK

2008: Republicans: Paul:

ABC's Z. Byron Wolf: "Flush With Moneybomb Cash, Paul Hits the Campaign Trail" LINK

New York Times' Julie Bosman: 'More Hiring and Advertising Ahead for Paul Campaign as the Donations Pour In" LINK

2008: Republicans: Thompson:

ABC News' Christine Byun: "Thompson: More Surprises in Store" LINK

Time's JAY NEWTON-SMALL: "Still Hope for Fred Thompson?" LINK

Gannett News' BILL THEOBALD: "Thompson kicks off Iowa blitz, collects King's endorsement" LINK

2008: Republicans:

New York Times' MICHAEL LUO: "Romney Takes On a Rising Huckabee, Comparing Records" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

ABC News' Eloise Harper and Kate Snow: "Clinton Addresses Likeability Issue" LINK

Politico's Ben Smith: "New HRC ads follow long internal struggle" LINK

Bloomberg's Timothy J. Burger and Ryan J. Donmoyer: "Clinton's Burkle Ties Include Funds in Cayman Islands" LINK

Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Hillary leads in the 'anti-' vote" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Clinton eyes the aftermath of Iowa result" LINK

New York Daily News' MICHAEL McAULIFF: "Hillary Clinton's top political strategist no stranger to turmoil in a campaign" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

Associated Press: "In rural Iowa, Obama targets big agribusiness" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

Washington Post's Peter Slevin: "Edwards Seeks the Issue to Win Iowa" LINK

Des Moines Register's TONY LEYS: "Edwards touts his vision for the future" LINK

2008: Democrats: Dodd:

Washington Post's Paul Kane: "Dodd Away From the Stump, But Still Talking" LINK

The Hill's Manu Raju: "Dodd, Feingold help delay spying bill" LINK

2008: Democrats: Richardson:

Des Moines Register's WILLIAM PETROSKI: "Richardson sees quick end to war as possible, vital" LINK

2008: Democrats: Biden:

ABC News' Brian Wheeler: "Biden Threatens Aid to Pakistan" LINK

Union Leader's KRISTEN SENZ: "On the Trail: Delaware senator sees Iowa caucus as momentum-builder" LINK

2008: Democrats:

Salon's Walter Shapiro: "America's next top Democrat" LINK

New York Times' PATRICK HEALY: "Obama and Edwards Engage, Gently, on Special Interests" LINK

Des Moines Register's THOMAS BEAUMONT: "Obama, Edwards find ways to clash" LINK

2008: Early States:

Washington Post's Alec MacGillis: "In N.H., the Swing Voter Is Vanishing" LINK

Boston Globe's Sasha Issenberg and Lisa Wangsness: "Independents may lift McCain, not Obama, in N.H." LINK

Presidential Candidates:

Boston Globe's Brian C. Mooney: "Candidates got around with a little help from their friends" LINK

New York Sun's RUSSELL BERMAN: "Candidates Set for a Marathon" LINK


USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "'Family values' lower on agenda in 2008 race" LINK

Press Coverage:

Washington Post's Shailagh Murray: "The Scribe Who Gets The Candidates' Vote" LINK


Politico's Jeanne Cummings: "Fundraising is the name of the game" LINK