The Note's Must-Reads

Republicans: McCain:

Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "McCain sees attrition as way to ease illegal entries" LINK

Chicago Tribune: "For the Republicans: McCain" LINK

Chicago Tribune's Jill Zuckman: "In GOP, some averse to McCain politics, manner" LINK

The New York Times' John M. Broder: "McCain, Long a G.O.P. Maverick, Is Gaining Mainstream Support" LINK

Politico's Jonathan Martin: "McCain's one-two Florida punch" LINK

Republicans: Romney:

Associated Press: 'Vice president's daughter Liz Cheney joins Mitt Romney's presidential campaign" LINK

Time's Michael Scherer: "Can Romney's Inner Geek Win Out?" LINK

Newsweek's Howard Fineman: "'Look At My Record'" LINK

The New York Times' Michael Luo: "Romney Goes Casual" LINK

Republicans: Giuliani:

Washington Times' Joseph Curl and Sean Lengell: "Giuliani falls far behind in Florida" LINK

The New York Times' Michael Cooper: "Giuliani Hangs Loose" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Brody Mullins: "Giuliani Challenged on Trail" LINK

USA Today's David Jackson: "Rudy: Demise rumors are 'premature'" LINK

Republicans: Huckabee:

The Washington Post's Joel Achenbach: "Big Dreams Born in A Humble Town" LINK


Chicago Tribune's Mark Silva and Tim Jones: "Sprint begins to Super Tuesday" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

Newsweek's Evan Thomas and Suzanne Smalley: "Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" LINK

New York Sun's JOSH GERSTEIN: "Clinton Irks Immigrants' Advocates" LINK

Boston Herald's Jessica Van Sack: "Ted boiling over bubba" LINK

The New York Times' PATRICK HEALY: "After Obama Victory, Clinton's Camp Seeks Gentler Role for Ex-President" LINK

Bloomberg's Hans Nichols: "Hillary Clinton Defends Husband, Says Campaign Role to Continue" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

Chicago Tribune: "For the Democrats: Obama" LINK

Newsweek's Jonathan Alter: "Obama Plays Offense" LINK

New York Sun's RUSSELL BERMAN: "Meet Obama's 'Tenacious,' 'Take Charge' Dr. Rice" LINK

The New York Times' JEFF ZELENY and CARL HULSE: "Kennedy Chooses Obama, Spurning Bill Clinton Plea" LINK

The Washington Post's Alec MacGillis: "A Margin That Will Be Hard To Marginalize" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's CHRISTOPHER COOPER and AMY CHOZICK: "Obama Gains, But Still Lags In Big States" LINK

Boston Globe's Susan Milligan: "Kennedy poised to endorse Obama" LINK


Chicago Tribune's John McCormick and Mike Dorning: "Obama and Clinton go nationwide with less face time, more air time" LINK

Time's TIM PADGETT and MICHAEL PELTIER: "The Dems' Florida Boycott Heats Up" LINK

Newsweek's Arian Campo-Flores: "Everything to Everyone" LINK

The Hill's Klaus Marre: "Clinton, Obama sound conciliatory notes" LINK

The New York Times' ANDREW JACOBS: "For Gays, a New Era in Politics" LINK

The Washington Post's Matthew Mosk: "Top Candidates' Teams Look to the Lawyers" LINK


Time's Rani Molla: "Bloomberg's Independence Primer" LINK

Super Tuesday:

The Washington Post's Juliet Eilperin and Perry Bacon Jr.: "Hard Choices on the Path to Feb. 5" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Laura Meckler: "Strategizing for Super Tuesday" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Janet Hook: "Super Tuesday looks close for Democrats" LINK

USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "Tight races make Calif. a bigger catch" LINK

USA Today's Martha T. Moore: "N.Y. emerges as pivotal primary" LINK

Early States: Florida:

The New York Times' Michael Luo and Michael Cooper: "In Florida, Rivals Focus on Economy and Security" LINK

Boston Globe's Brian C. Mooney: "Vast diversity in Florida tests Republicans" LINK

USA Today's Martha T. Moore: "Fla. Hispanics diverse in origin, culture, politics" LINK