The Note's Must-Reads

Republicans: McCain:

Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman: "House GOP Leadership Endorses McCain" LINK

Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "McCain refuses to pander" LINK

Republicans: Huckabee:

Los Angeles Times' Dave McKibben: "IRS investigates pastor's Huckabee endorsement" LINK

Associated Press' Ryan J. Foley: "Huckabee to Speak in Cayman Islands" LINK

Journal Sentinel's Dave Umhoefer: "Huckabee tells crowd he'll boost GOP principles" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' David Wright: "Obamamentum: Can Sen. Clinton Stop the Train?" LINK

New York Times' Adam Nagourney: "Obama's Lead in Delegates Shifts Focus of Campaign" LINK

Washington Post's Peter Slevin and Shailagh Murray: "Obama's Economic Plan Is A Pitch to the Working Class" LINK

Wall Street Journal: "Obama Economic Plan Aimed at Those Under Strain" LINK

Boston Globe's Michael Kranish and Sasha Issenberg: "Obama stays on roll with sweep" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain: "From small donors come big rewards" LINK

Associated Press: "Bubba's campaign chief backs Barack bid" LINK

Miami Herald's Beth Reinhard: "Obama camp cries foul over Clinton stance in Florida" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times: "Knocked Off Balance, Clinton Campaign Tries to Regain Its Stride" LINK

ABC News' Jennifer Parker: "Clinton's Delegate Math Challenge" LINK

Washington Post's Dan Balz and Anne E. Kornblut: "Clinton Scrambles to Try to Reverse Obama's Momentum" LINK

Wall Street Journal: "Clinton Team Seeks to Calm Turmoil" LINK

Time's Karen Tumulty: "Is It Too Late for Hillary" LINK

Houston Chronicle's Peggy Fikac: "Clinton fields a few questions during Texas stump" LINK

The New York Sun's Josh Gerstein: "Clinton Races to Wisconsin, Seeking a Win" LINK

Associated Press' Alan Fram and Trevor Tompson: "Clinton's Edge Slips With Whites, Women" LINK

Democrats: Edwards:

ABC News's Rick Klein and Raelyn Johnson: "Edwards Weighs Clinton Endorsement" LINK


USA Today's Susan Page: "Enthusiasm scale tips to Dems" LINK

Bloomberg: "Democratic Super Delegates Guided By Voters, Not Backroom Deals" LINK

Latino Voters:

New York Times' Julie Bosman: "Wooing Hispanics, With Spanish" LINK


Washington Post's Paul Kane: "Candidates' Earmarks Worth Millions" LINK

The New York Sun: "Clinton, McCain Camps Trash Obama Speech On Economy" LINK