The Note's Must-Reads

Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' Jennifer Parker: "McCain Defeats Romney in Florida Republican Primary" LINK

New York Times' Michael Cooper and Megan Thee: "McCain Defeats Romney in Florida Vote" LINK

Washington Times' Donald Lambro: "Talk radio impugns McCain's liberal record" LINK

Newsweek's Michael Hirsh: "'Mac is Back'" LINK

USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "Fla. win cements McCain's front-runner status" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Alex Frangos: "McCain's Task Ahead" LINK

Bloomberg's Kristin Jensen and Christopher Stern: "McCain's Florida Victory Gives Him Front-Runner Edge for Feb. 5" LINK

Republicans: Romney:

Newsweek's Suzanne Smalley: "Looking for a Silver Lining" LINK

Time's Michael Scherer: "Is Romney Fighting the Last War?" LINK

Republicans: Giuliani:

ABC News' Jake Tapper: "Giuliani to End White House Bid, Endorse McCain" LINK

New York Times' Michael Powell and Michael Cooper: "For Giuliani, a Dizzying Free-Fall" LINK

Newsweek's Michael Grunwald: "Giuliani Completes His Collapse" LINK

Politico's Ben Smith and David Paul Kuhn: "Rudy defeat marks end of 9/11 politics" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Susan Davis: "Giuliani Strategy Falls Apart" LINK

The Boston Globe's Brian C. Mooney: "Fading Giuliani hints he will quit campaign" LINK


Los Angeles Times' Peter G. Gosselin: "Reconciling hands-off ideal with public clamor" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' John M. Broder: "Clinton Wins in Florida, but Without Any Delegates to Sweeten the Victory" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman and Mike Soraghan: "Clinton in bid to calm angry racial debate" LINK

Miami Herald's Lesley Clark: "Clinton's win has symbolic rewards" LINK

Salon's Walter Shapiro: "Did Hillary Clinton really win in Florida?" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozick: "In Florida: 'Hill-a-ry! Hill-a-ry!'" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' Julia Hoppock: "Exclusive: Obama 'Would Love Edwards' Support'" LINK

New York Times' Leslie Wayne: "Outside Groups Aid Obama, Critic of Their Influence" LINK

New York Times: "Obama Donates Challenged Funds" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Douglas A. Blackmon: "Carter Stays Neutral in Race, But Praises Obama's Oratory" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain: "Obama donating more Rezko-related contributions" LINK

Democrats: Edwards:

Associated Press: "Edwards scraps campaign events" LINK

Los Angeles Times' James Rainey: "Presidential hopeful Edwards remains just that" LINK


The Nation's Matt Stoller: "Dems Get New Tools, New Talent" LINK

Christian Science Monitor's Gail Russell Chaddock: "Democratic primary: Quiet battle for the other delegates" LINK

Super Tuesday:

New York Times' Sam Roberts: "When the Campaign Comes to New York, It's a Tough Room but a Rich Prize" LINK

Politico's Roger Simon: "California Schemin'" LINK

Early States: Florida:

Miami Herald's Marc Caputo: "Primary winners both can thank Hispanics for strong support" LINK


Los Angeles Times' Nona Yates: "Iraq: Where the candidates stand" LINK