The Note's Must-Reads

Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' John Cochran: "Vice Presidential Stakes High for McCain" LINK

New York Times: "McCain Uses Breathing Room to Focus on Coffers" LINK

Washington Post's Joel Achenbach: "McCain Sees Pork Where Scientists See Success" LINK


Salon's Mike Madden: "Who Would the GOP Rather Face" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times: "Sniping by Her Aides Hurt Clinton's Image as Manager" LINK

Washington Times' S.A. Miller: "Family ties offer boost to Clinton in Pennsylvania" LINK

Chicago Tribune's Frank James: "Big Clinton wins don't boost her in national poll" LINK

Newsweek's Tina Brown: "Hillary and the Invisible Women" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

The Wall Street Journal's Suzanne Sataline: "Obama Pastors' Sermons May Violate Tax Laws" LINK

New York Times: "Obama in Senate: Star Power, Minor Role" LINK

Men's Vogue's Ned Martel: "A League of Her Own" LINK


ABC News' John Hendren: "Will Democrats' Battle End in Brokered Convention?" LINK

Washington Post's Perry Bacon Jr.: "Obama Accuses Clinton of Deception" LINK

Washington Times' Donald Lambro: "Primary infighting threatens to divide Democratic Party" LINK

USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "Super delegates' choice may hinge on electability" LINK

Primaries: Florida:

New York Sun's Grace Rauh: "Lawsuit Eyed by Sharpton Over Florida" LINK

Primaries: Mississippi:

The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos: "Obama Favored Over Clinton in Mississippi" LINK

USA Today's Larry Copeland: "Mississippi relishes chance to play part in nomination" LINK

Congress: House:

The Hill's Aaron Blake: "Democrats pull upset in special for Hastert's seat" LINK