The Note's Must-Reads

Republicans: McCain:

New York Times' ELISABETH BUMILLER: "New York Is All McCain's, for a Night" LINK

Associated Press: "McCain raises money in Giuliani's turf" LINK

Republicans: Giuliani:

ABC News' JAKE TAPPER and KATIE HINMAN: "Giuliani's Gamble: 'We Need to Win in Florida'" LINK

Boston Globe's Brian C. Mooney: "Giuliani behind in home state, polls say" LINK

Republicans: Huckabee:

New York Times' DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK: "Huckabee, Short on Cash, Curtails Effort in Florida" LINK

Newsweek's Brian Braiker: "Huckabee's Foot Soldiers" LINK

Republicans: Thompson:

ABC News' CHRISTINE BYUN: "Fred Thompson Drops Presidential Bid" LINK

Washington Post's Michael D. Shear: "No Longer Up for the Role of President" LINK


New York Daily News' CELESTE KATZ: "Rudy Giuliani trails John McCain among likely GOP primary voters in N.Y. - poll" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's GERALD F. SEIB: "GOP Can Revive Curbed Enthusiasm" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' Patrick Healy: "No Habla EspaƱol" LINK

New York Daily News' JOSH GERSTEIN: "Clinton Wins Support From United Farm Workers" LINK

Washington Post's Anne E. Kornblut and Shailagh Murray: "Clinton Now Looking Beyond S.C." LINK

USA Today's Kathy Kiely: "Two Clintons one too many for some" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' LINDSEY ELLERSON and SUNLEN MILLER: "Barack Obama Returns to State Where 'Fired Up' Began" LINK

Washington Times' Brian DeBose: "Obama fights family affair" LINK

Washington Post's Alec MacGillis: "Obama Turns His Message Of Change to The Economy" LINK


ABC News' ELOISE HARPER, SUNLEN MILLER, and KATE SNOW: "Democratic Fight Night Sees Daylight" LINK

New York Times' ROBERT PEAR and CHRISTOPHER DREW: "Foreign Aid and Chicago Past Disputed in Latest Debate Back-and-Forth" LINK

Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni: "Hillary-Obama feud alarms party officials" LINK

Time's JAY NEWTON-SMALL: "The Clintons Double-Team Obama" LINK

Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman and Michael D. Shear: "Democrats on Trail Rip Stimulus Talks With Bush" LINK

Wall Street Journal: "In South, Democrats' Tactics May Change Political Game" LINK

New York Times' Katharine Q. Seelye: "Dance Off!" LINK


ABC News' Teddy Davis: "'08 Candidates Respond to Economic Jitters" LINK

New York Times' ADAM NAGOURNEY: "Candidates Turn Attention to Gyrating Markets and Weakened Economy" LINK